Smith & Wesson this week announced three new full-sized optics-ready pistols to its M&P M2.0 line up all including forward slide serrations and a flat-face trigger.

The new guns include a 5-inch barreled FDE model in 9mm, and two threaded-barrel models-- a 5-inch .45 ACP and a 4.6-inch 9mm-- in a more traditional black Armornite finish over a stainless steel slide mated with a matte black polymer frame. All have the M&P's standard 18-degree grip angle and low bore axis and run tall white three-dot sights in addition to their S&W CORE optics plate system. They also ship with interchangeable palm swells and an updated trigger. 


M&P M2.0 5 in FDE in 9mm
M&P M2.0 5 in FDE in 9mm uses a full-sized frame that has an overall length of 8.25-inches and a height of 5.5 inches. Weight is 29.3 on this 17+1 capacity Smith. MSRP is $665.
M&P45 M2.0 Threaded 5-inch in 45 Auto
M&P45 M2.0 Threaded 5-inch in 45 Auto has a 10+1 magazine capacity in a 30.3-ounce platform. Overall length is 8.5 inches while height is 5.8 inches. The muzzle uses .578 x 28 UNS-2A RH threads. MSRP is $679 and it ships with two mags.
M&P M2.0 Threaded 4.6-inch in 9mm
M&P M2.0 Threaded 4.6-inch in 9mm runs 1/2 x 28 UNEF-2A RH muzzle threads on a pistol that is 7.9-inches long, stands 5.7-inches high, and weighs 28.3 ounces. It ships with two 17-round mags for an MSRP of $665.


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