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Posted - June 18 2017 :  5:01:53 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Looking through their website on their Performance Center guns, I see they offer three different catalog numbers for their .40S&W guns. One is listed for "competition, self-protection, and recreational shooting". Another is simply listed for "Competition and Self-Protection", and the last is denoted as "Self Protection and Recreational Shooting".

All share a common caliber (.40 S&W), polished barrels, ported barrels and slides, smoother polished trigger mechanisms, ported barrels and slides, and Hi-Viz sights. These hi-viz sights are attractive to my 81 year old eyes on ANY handgun but they apparently aren't offered for any models but the so-called performance enhanced models.

Their website does not explain what variances are in the three .40 cal. M&P models. Pictures indicate all sizes and specifications are the same. Any of you know what differences exist between the three models?

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Posted - June 18 2017 :  8:53:03 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You have to dive deep in the specs, but it appears you have a 4-inch and 5-inch barrel, along with a slide milled for a red dot. The performance center has their own website, and it gives more details and better pics. There are actually about 9 models with different combos of parts available.

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