M&P Compact

The Smith & Wesson Military and Police Compact (S&W M&Pc) is a medium-frame semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9mm, .357 SIG, .40 S&W and .45 ACP. The M&P Compact is designed with the needs of law enforcement and military in mind. S&W recommends the M&P Compact for personal protection and duty recreational shooting.

The M&Ps features a stainless steel construction and a Zytel polymer frame, a wear-resistant material patented by Dupont. It’s finished in a protective black melonite coating, which is a metallic mineral closely associated with nickel (technically, a telluride of nickel). The M&P also employs three interchangeable palm swell sizes, a Picatinny under-barrel rail for easy mounting of accessories, and a trigger safety similar to whats found on a Glock. The M&P is equipped with dovetail ramp front sights and Novak brand Lo-Mount Carry rear sights.

Optional features include Tritium night sights, with or without a thumb safety, and Crimson Trace lasergrips (add about $240).

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