Smith & Wesson M&P9L

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Summary: The description, specs, photo, pricing and user ratings for the Smith & Wesson M&P9L pistols.

Manufacturer’s Description

The Smith & Wesson M&P9L pistols are built on a black polymer frame with a stainless slide and barrel with a black melonite finish. They feature a longer barrel than the standard M&P9 (5″ vs. 4.25″)

They come with a steel white-dot dovetail front sight and a steel low-profile carry rear sight. Tritium sights are optional, as is a Crimson Trace Lasergrip.

Features include a striker fire action, ambidextrous controls, and three interchangable palmswell grip sizes.

Another model: Smith & Wesson also offers a Pro Series version of this pistol. It features:

  • a 4-5–.5 lb. smooth trigger pull;
  • a Novak fiber optic green front sight;
  • a Novak-designed reduced glare rear sight; and
  • increased sight radius.

Bridging the gap between main production and the Performance Center, the Smith & Wesson Pro Series represents the next step up from standard production line models. These firearms offer a variety of enhancements yet still remain true to stock. Bringing competition specifications and features in factory models, the Pro Series offers that ready-to-go package while still maintaining production line integrity.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity OAL BBL Height Width Weight
9mm 17+1, 10+1 8.25″ 5″ 5.5″ 1.2″ 25.2 oz unloaded

MSRP: $758
MSRP: $830 (Pro Series)

More info: To see a listing of all Smith & Wesson’s  M&Ps, click here. To read an in-depth review of the S&W M&P45 Mid-Size, click here. To read an in-depth review of the S&W M&P40, click here.

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