lucas lachney: Glocks are garbage I wouldn't carry one if I got paid too..!
Brock Putman: Cory, why do you load a magazine, rack one, take the magazine out, check
it, put it back in, then chamber check it before you go every time? Seems
like a ton of wasted effort and time. Just curious
Robert Chambers: this only checks your accuracy not the guns
Talon683: I don't get people hating on the trigger. Yeah the weight might be higher
than you like but nothing a fairly inexpensive trigger job can't fix. Trust
me I know I live in MA (10 pound trigger). Aside from that I don't mind the
lack of audible reset which since going to an Apex kit minus the Apex
trigger seams better. All in all a great gun. Also yes I know you mentioned
the Apex kit also Cory.
Matthew Callaway: Both are awesome guns. Glocks do not fit my hand as well as the M&P. I own
the M&P Pro series gen two. The trigger in that is better than a Glock (to
me) but not as good as the Apex trigger.
The pro series you get the trigger and Trijicon night sights for $580.
Thanks for the vids guys! My wife and I will be out for a class with you
guys Q1 next year hopefully.
georgiaboy454: I own both pistols, and let me tell you this: once you throw in a apex
trigger on the M&P you have a winner! I'm telling you that Smith is
Hugh Jorgan: I really like the ergos of the M&P9, but (with FR discount) I can get a
Glock 17 for $389, whereas an M&P is gonna run me almost $600. So price was
ultimately the deciding factor for me.
Nice vid, thanks for posting this for us.
Korey Speight: Roommate has a G19 and I recently picked up a M&P9. You cant go wrong
either way, I personally chose the M&P9 due to the comfort which translates
into better performance.
Munky332: I've used a few M&P9's, i dunno if its just me, i've had nothing but
problems with em. the ergo's are pretty good, but i just can't ignore the
failures, Failures to feed, eject, stove pipes, double feeds. that and the
horrible horrible stock trigger. i've tried to like that gun so hard, but
out of box, Glock 19 wins every time. i might try the M&P again some day,
but i will probably never pay for one.
ravenstylea2: She likes full size pistols :)
jabroni6199: So the M&P gets the check mark on nearly every metric, yet Erika prefers
the Glock because she has more "experience" with it? When you shoot a new
gun WAY better than one you have experience with, that's a pretty good hint
to reevaluate your preference. It's a gun. You aren't going to hurt it's
feelings by picking one that you actually perform better with.
5.56 Or 5.45?: I own both of these firearms and I'll tell you what is better than both ...
Taurus PT24/7 pro ds first generation. Taurus's trigger is better than
both, it's more accurate, holds 17 plus 1, and the Taurus 24/7 gen 1 is far
more reliable than the glock 17 and the m&p9. I've experienced stove pipes
and other random malfunctions with both of these firearms with less rounds
through them and my 24/7 has never malfunctioned once in approximately 4000
rounds of every type of ammunition you can imagine. It was the 2005 NRA
handgun of the year and 10 years later still out performs both of these
weapons. I also paid just $250 for the Taurus lightly used from a buddy of
mine.....highly recommend 24/7 pro ds first gen.
Chuck Savage: Hey Cory did you stipple your M&P or can you recommend someone to do it for
ShooterReady: 3:30 Typical Glock fan. " I love this gun! It shoots great! It feels
great in my hand! It's better than my Glock! I like my Glock better...."
Ryan Simpson: C'mon people... There are many different methodologies in firearms training
and firearm preferences. If you don't feel comfortable cycling your weapon
by racking the slide on your belt, then find a way that works better for
you! As for Glock vs. M&P, I have shot and respect both. I just feel more
comfortable with the Glock in my hand. Stinks too, because I really want to
prefer the American-made M&P! 'Merica!
NOCTURNOzombie: did any one else chuckle when she said she likes the fullsize?
Nicolas Jendretzki: leo wants to freak u in the assh
n300zx931: After modifying my Glock I find it to feel and shoot better than the M&P
it's also a Much safer design. Sold the M&P.
Ohsaint p: I can't stand!!!!!! When they look left and right after they shoot. They
look like major tool bags when they do that.... don't know the reason of
why they do that, but frankly don't care. It looks so stupid.
dcpc08161992: Both are excellent guns and are so far reliable... SW M&P9 just fits my
hand better so I prefer it to the Glock17. I also like the way the M&P
looks as well.
Mick Wrath: Erika why do you pull so far off target to the right during a malfunction
clear? My preference is to tip the barrel at a 45 so I can see what type of
malfunction it is and then clear as per what is needed almost fully
extended still so my sight reacquisition is very fast. It looks like you
are resetting your entire body to clear. Just curious as to why? Mick-
dolemikejr: looks like the trolls love this vid
Houdinii1212: what finish is on that glock slide?
TeenageReloader7.62: Hmm? The M&P 9 shoots better, is more accurate, more ergonomic. But this is
my Glock and Glocks are the best thing on this earth. I would choose my
Glock. (Glock worshiper logic)
Randy Rodriguez: I would be so scared to tap and rack a malfunction on my belt, I've had a
few hangfires from my 22 and one of them could have easily gone into my
foot if I tried that.
ITF1973: What sights did you use for the M&P??? I only ask because I just bought
the .40cal and the .45acp yes all the APEX too. The 45acp has night sights
out of factory or custom shop. But the .40cal does not. So until I get the
45acp what did you use on your M&P for Night Sights?
daygo sunny: LOL This guy gets more funny ever video I watch. I hate how they bring the
gun back and check their back sides like there in training or in
competition. Its just to funny. To many moveis and video games will do this
Bruce Landvik: I just picked up the M&P yesterday and then ordered the apex trigger kit
for it. I can't wait to shoot the M&P tomorrow at the range. I also have
the Glock 22 and 23 love shooting both of them. 2 weeks ago I bought the
Springfield XD9 I ready don't like it. Heavy heavy trigger and bad sites.
Sid Phu: Do you need to swap out for steel sights for the glock to do the one hand
racking on your belt???
Franklin Owen: One more thing...my SW99 is chambered in 40 S&W and capacity is 12 + 1. I
keep 2 spare mags at all times, plus another 21 rounds of 45 acp for my
back up PT 145. My G 17 has been uber reliable, and the price of 9mm for
plinking is best, so what's not to love about all arms that function as
they should. Now, if only ammo were dirt cheap, we'd all be set.
Young Son: They nedd to alway reload after the magazine is empty.
KD8EGV: I own both, the G17 is awesome. The M&P9 is awesome. I do not have a apex
trigger and the only mods are to the sites. ATS on the M&P and Tru Glo on
the Glock. Action and on target they are equal. Accuracy wise, at 50 yards
and even up to 100 yards I do better with the M&P but I contribute this
solely to the grip of the gun. In my opinion a person can not go wrong
owning either one. The are so evenly matched that the grip alone makes me
prefer the M&P.
Natalie Pilarowski: if you feel like that about the m&p you should try the xdm 9mm.
peter parkour: Only thing I don't like about the M&P9 is the trigger reset sucks!
Franklin Owen: I happily discovered the S&W99 years ago. The ergos, adjustable back
straps, but especially the trigger and short n sweet reset sold me at once.
I have shot many others over the years, but my 99 is on the bedside table
as I type this. The trijicon night sights are smiling at me every night.
I'm hearing great things about the new Walther PPQ. It's the next
generation of the P99 (or SW99...same/same pretty much) Maybe you could
check one out when next at the store, and let us know how you like it as
Jason Barta: Hey Cory, have you ever had a problem with what S&W calls the "tactical
reload" on the M&P? if you load a full mag into a locked back slide the
slide will release itself forward. Any advice if you have encountered the
philip anderson: great vid folks....thorough, and informative
SlaughteredInside: Lmao, man Cory..You just can't say enough positive things about Glock. It's
funny because you love your Glock like I love my M&P. I guess it's good
that we both have something that makes us happy. =)
CharlyRomeo2009: 3:14 Very funny.
masterorion3: Ergonomics are why I choose to carry my M&P. But I absolutely love my G19
w/ the Skimmer trigger. I just wish S&W would make a mid-size M&P. The only
thing close to the G19 size is the M&P45c but I want it in 9mm.
Drumdudeck: what are those pants?!?
John C: Great video as always. A couple of questions for ya. Why when you shoot one
handed do you tilt the pistol?? Also what caliber do you both carry as your
K9COP282: WAAAAAY OVER EXAGGERATED!!! ALMOST TO THE " JOKE " STATUS...... he paid to
take a NRA gun class and now he's a subject matter expert!!! REALLY!!
having been in law enforcement since 1996 if stumbled across this guy and
hes saying he could TEACH me gun technique and tactial shooting....... I'D
PISS MYSELF LAUGHING!! it's great to be a gun enthusiast but to come across
as some kinda gun expert or instructor.......COME ON MAN!!!
Greg Lee: ok so you act like your all about safety by looking to see whose around for
safety reason yet you rack your slide one handed on your holster
aol328: Do I smell Hipocrisy...?
Shawn Hall: @ryusekai The point of moving to the side is just to familiarize the
shooter with clearing a malfunction while moving (as I'm sure you know). So
as long as they are moving, it doesn't really matter where they move.
Alex Mar: what is wrong whit this people , why the look left and right like GROUND
Carter S.: I'm gonna be that guy. 'No warrior should have a favorite weapon.' Musashi
KrazyWorldWars: cool review..