PC = Performance Center NOT Politically Correct. As in the Smith & Wesson Performance Center’s new Shield variants. I have had two first model M&P Shields. The first in 9mm and the current carry gun in .40 S&W. I obviously like the gun enough to carry it, but I have always wanted a longer barrel. Continue reading
This is one of those months when my “day job” interfered with my self-imposed deadline. I expected myself to put up a column by the end of each month that has been researched for a few hours if not tens of hours. All of my “extra” hours went to the day job in April. Realization that today was the first of May and I had missed my April 30 deadline was devastating.
I have topics queued up, but no research has done,
A recent restoration project at home had me in need of a “chipping hammer”. This was a short term project where the homeowner (me) was trying to avoid a 40% cost overrun on a contracted project. It wasn’t an overrun exactly, in so much as the contractor had supplied the potential cost if this phase before starting. Continue reading
Any Citizen who carries or has a firearm in their home for self-defense should be concerned by the New York Legislatures passage of their Reproductive Health Act. The act was signed into New York law by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo January 22, 2019. Continue reading
Having obtained an exceptional result with the M&P flat faces trigger replacement (November 30, 2018), I was emboldened to try another upgrade. This time I set my sights on an S&W SD9. Continue reading
Since I’ve started experimenting with trigger replacements I thought it was time to upgrade my Wheeler spring trigger pull gauge. Fortunately Santa thought so too. Continue reading
Specifically the black Flat-Faced Forward Set Trigger Kit (Apex Part #: 100-154) for Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 pistols. It was introduced in November of 2017 and is currently available in black (100-154) red (100-153) and Flat Dark Earth (100-159). See my May 31, 2018 post for a view of the profile of the original S&W M&P M2.0 trigger. Continue reading