Smith & Wesson

Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 Optics Ready Compact Pistol

Item No. 1675-13563
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Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 Optics Ready Compact Pistol


The M&P® M2.0™ series is the second generation of our M&P® polymer handguns. They feature an improved trigger, enhanced grip texture and interchangeable palmswell grip inserts to accommodate a variety of users. The low barrel bore axis and optimal 18-degree grip angle provides a natural point-of-aim and reduces muzzle rise for faster aim recovery.

Slide cut for optics
M2.0 flat face trigger for consistent finger placement that allows for more accurate and repeatable shooting
Picatinny-style rail
Forward slide cocking serrations
Low barrel bore axis makes the M&P pistol comfortable to shoot reducing muzzle rise and allowing for faster aim recovery
Optimal 18-degree grip angle for natural point of aim
Enhanced grip texture allows the user to manage recoil, keep a firm grip and delivers comfort when concealing
New M&P M2.0 trigger with lighter trigger pull
Tactile and audible trigger reset
Accurate 1 in 10˝ twist M&P® M2.0™ barrel
Extended rigid embedded stainless steel chassis to reduce flex and torque when firing
M&P's patented take-down lever and sear deactivation systems allow for disassembly without pulling the trigger
Seven mounting plates included
Four interchangeable palmswell grip inserts for optimal hand fit and trigger reach - S, M, ML, L
Armornite® durable corrosion resistant finish

Frame Size: Compact
Front Sight: Optic Height white dot
Rear Sight: Optic Height white two-dot
Action: Striker-fired
Barrel Length:
Grip: Polymer
Frame Material: Polymer
Slide Material: Stainless steel with Armornite® Finish
Barrel Material: Stainless steel with Armornite® Finish
Purpose: Concealed Carry, Home Protection, Personal Protection, Recreational Shooting
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