Smith and Wesson M2.0 review – New 3.6 Inch Barrel is More Concealable
Smith and Wesson have added yet another version to their popular M&P M2.0 line of compact weaponry. The new Smith and Wesson M2.0 will feature a 3.6-inch barrel, rather than the 5.0-inch barrel on the previous version.
The 3.6-inch barrel will give the Smith and Wesson M&P a more concealable element with the shortened barrel, however, all the original specifications will remain the same.
“When we launched the M&P M2.0 Compact pistol series with a 4-inch barrel last September, we knew it was just the first step in expanding the popular Compact pistol size offering. During the development process, there was considerable interest in a shorter, 3.6-inch barrel concept, and with this introduction, we’re now able to offer our consumers a lighter, shorter compact pistol for concealed carry,” Smith & Wesson and M&P brands General Manager Jan Mladek stated in the product release. “While the barrel length is shorter, the M&P M2.0 Compact 3.6-inch pistol maintains the 15 round, 9mm magazine capacity of the Compact series – an important requirement for many of our customers.”
Purchasers of the M2.0 pistol will have the option for an ambidextrous thumb safety. The grip has a nice “sticky” type feel to it. The palmswell grip inserts can be changed out to your liking. The sites are all white dots.
You’ll pay around $569 for an M&P M2.0.
Author: Jim Satney
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