Smith and Wesson M&P 2.0 | M&P Smith and Wesson The M&P 2.0 is surprisingly on the list with many heavy-hitters, like the Glock 43X, Glock 19 Gen 5, and the Taurus G2C. The most interesting aspect of the M&P 45 is to see a .45 ACP pistol competing with 9mm CCWs.
Smith and Wesson M&P 2.0 | M&P Smith and Wesson
The Smith & Wesson delivers great performance and good accuracy with a lightweight and durable pistol design. It comes chambered in .45ACP with a 5.6-inch barrel. Features include suppressor height sights, a ported barrel, a cleaning kit, and a 10-round magazine.
|Barrel Length||5.6″ BARREL|
One of the most talked-about advantages of Glock is the natural angle for the pistol grip. If we’re all being honest with ourselves, there is no better ergonomics in a pistol than a Glock. However, the Smith and Wesson M&P 45 2.0 changed the grip angle to 18 degrees to close the gap between them and the Glock.
- Another significant feature of the 2.0 is the extended stainless-steel chassis and a low barrel bore axis. The chassis is just another word for the frame of the pistol, but extending the frame allows for more control of the recoil. By lowering the bore axis by a few mm, the M&P 2.0 slide is closer to your hand, which allows your hand and arm (ulna & radius) to absorb the felt-recoil, versus putting that pressure strictly on your wrist. The low bore axis of the M&P 2.0, accompanied by the improved trigger pull weight, reduces the felt-recoil, increases the recovery after each shot, and improves the overall accuracy of the gun.