juliaann35: I have the M&P 40 full size and would like to replace with and Apex trigger which did you use the polymer or the machine aluminum. Not sure which to go with and wanted another opinion. Thanks
mkoqazrfv vfrzaqokm: experience is key
if someone is more practiced in a certain thing, then they learn that things quirks and problems
if they switched over to M&P's, then they would have to buy new triggers, new holsters, and new magazines
just because something is better doesnt necessarily mean is better
roland timario: Erica you should try Taran Butler custom g17. The stippling is awesome. it's the ergo that gaston glock should have design. Glock should hire you for there shooting team.
socomelite1: why doesn't anyone mention that glocks also come with factory steel night sights. everyone just mentions the plastic sights
Jackson Fentress: So, you shoot better with the M&P, it feels more comfortable, and you had to get your extractor fixed on your glock. But you prefer your Glock? That doesn't make sense to me.
Shawn Hinzman: Both of you shoot better with the M&P, even after stating that you have much more experience with the Glock 17. Erika even admitted that she had to get the extractor fixed on her Glock. You both suggested that the M&P might even be better... But you still state that Glock is the best polymer handgun....
Erin Damon: Ericka you need to try the Walther PPQ M2, better than Glock 17
Travis Ward: Would love to see more videos with the m&p. Just got my dcaek and Aek trigger and absolutely love it. Really want to find a threaded barrel like you have though.
Dominic Segura: why after u all shoot u look left 2 right that crap is funny i like ur guys vids but plz stop dat u guys look dum sorry jus sayn.
Jose Mattey: Corey can u make a video about radios and tactical communication. I want to know what radio to use, how to use it and how you communicate with your team. Thank you and keep the great work
Pedro Gonzalez: One handed training, it's for if you get hit in an arm and it becomes useless
hitman74: kept thinking he was gonna shoot him self in the leg when racking the slide and whats with that 1 handed crap going on wtf
Taprack13: Take where, to fight with who?
2warhammer34: Never had an issue with my M&P .45. Goin on 6 years. Many thousands of rds.
The10MMmaniac: OMG Frank! I hope you picked the VP70 because it was the 1st first polymer-framed pistol, Didn't the French invent the Automobile? Have you ever seen a French car lol!, There's a reason why HK has BIG financial problems, How about there 13lb trigger pull...
Frank Evans: Genius of Gaston Glock, Not sure it takes a genius to to copy the greatest pistol makers in the world when you already have a plastic and metal facilty. Maybe his Public Relations was genius but he just re spec'd the HK VP70 to look different.
CALI805JC: It's funny how glock ppl pretend the glock is the only reliable gun out there. My M&P 45 has never ever jammed in anyway. Flawless
justus005: Yes, as one who studies to understand joints, it is hard to understand why one would use a weak joint system, in a tool meant for reliability. Uni axial hinge joints, are known for being weak. While they are necessary for our own anatomy, and other mechanical uses, I do not understand why one would voluntarily use such a design, in something not absolutely needing it.
miragexl007: I'm wondering also. I like the trigger much better for shooting. It's feels great..but I do have thoughts/concerns about whether it will be durable over time
miragexl007: funny, that's what I was thinking. Guess it's like being a sports fan....despite the/your team not being up to par with others in one way or another, your still dedicated
miragexl007: It's like watching/listening to the news and the twist they put on things. Thanks for the comment..makes me laugh.
potsynolls: So, what your saying is that the M&P is less simple than a Glock, but couldn't you say the same for H&K's or Sigs? A lot of interesting choices out there, but nothing offers the ultimate confidence like a Glock can.
The10MMmaniac: Smith & Wesson took too many short cuts, pinned in frame rails, pinned in extractor, the striker safety under the rear sight. A hammer required for disassembly!, Tiny restricted parts (sear plunger and sear spring) that S&W wont sell. You don't get the genius of Gaston Glock...Just a crappy knock off.
Shooting with Will and Kris: Have you ever used the XDM? If so, Thoughts?
gummybear41283: can we see erika's butt?
thrashermario: M&P for the win
thrownhammer: Glockbots always have trouble admitting anything is better than a Glock. Even when it clearly is. Don't deny it! ;-)
R1FamilyR1: You both shot better with the m&p, it's ok... Just admit it. Smith & Wesson makes a better gun. Lol you can tell it hurts you to say your glock is not the best.
TexasRedneck: So the M&P helped her shoot better and it felt better, but she still wanted the Glock...why?
KrazyWorldWars: cool review..
dolemikejr: i'd like to see more of the exo glock
John McElroy: M&P9 all the way.
mclellan3: What sights would you recommend for the m&p 9? Mine has the factory 3 dots and shoots low for me.
david dodson: if you press on the top half of the M&P it has a "safety" notch that only depresses when you press on the bottom half. Just look closely at the trigger on one and it's pretty neat. I have the 2013 full size and compact in 9mm and LOVE the trigger. It does now come with an audible reset.I had a glock 23 nd I HATED the trigger. I putt 400 rounds through it and sold it. Never again!! M&P for life baby
rockstarr469: what are your thoughts on the apex trigger/ram mods for the MP if you were to carry it?
Eric Ahlgrim: I bought my M&P in 2013 and the trigger has been improved at the factory since to have a cleaner pull and more audible reset I love both of these guns but I carry the M&P bc I like the grip angle and the all around ergonomics I feel are better than the Glock
justus005: Does anyone know the innovation of the hinge trigger vs the center pivot of the glock? Seems like the glock would be both more safe, and more durable. The Entire bottom half of the M&P can be depressed and the entire bottom half takes torque during depression. No one has been able to answer me yet.
1172SHINE: pretty sure that was a Storm Lake barrel
1172SHINE: you are a lucky man lol...for a Smith fan, watching your girl run the M&P is hardcore gun porn. Great review, very fair and watching the technique of both of you compared to most Youtube reviews was very awesome. Were you 11b?
James Webb: What type of threaded barrel do you have on the M&P?
Ryan Adams: "Seeking and Accessing" they do it for a multitude of reasons. First and foremost safety. Then it is a habit forming technique, so in case of a legal discharge on a assailant you can check for cover, more enemy, surroundings, etc.
Justin Reid: As much as I respect the M&P and as much as I like the Glock for it's hardcore reliability, I personally went with a Springfield XD9. I love the extra grip safety added to it coming from a 1911 shooting background. It feels more natural and the grip angle is better in my opinion. That said I recently experienced a G17 with a Lone Wolf frame and loved it. So I will definitely be building a G17 with that frame. Great video. I would love to hear both of YOUR opinions on the XD if you ever got to it
john johnson: i agree. big deal....it doesn't have a noticeable reset...get over it. its not THAT big of a deal
TheRevenantRising: Dude! Go freak yourself.
TheRevenantRising: "Scan and Assess"
In a defense scenario you should be fully aware of what is around you and all threats are neutralized before re-holstering your weapon.
It also helps to break tunnel vision.
Night Hawk Guns: why is tht u guys look to the sides when u guys are done firing
Carter S.: I'm gonna be that guy. 'No warrior should have a favorite weapon.' Musashi
Glock 17 vs M&P9 - Range Time with Cory & Erika4.9
out of 5