Smith & Wesson MP380 Shield EZ 380 ACP Pistol with Thumb Safety
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Ruger LCP II 380 Auto Carry Conceal Pistol
Smith & Wesson MP Bodyguard 380 Centerfire Pistol with Crimson Trace Laser
Ruger LCP 380 Auto Turquoise Carry Conceal Pistol w/ Nickel Slide (TALO Exclusive)
Ruger LCP 380ACP Purple Pistol Lady Lilac
Ruger LCP 380 ACP 10th Anniversary Limited Edition Pistol
Smith & Wesson MP380 Shield EZ 380 ACP Pistol with No Thumb Safety
Walther PK380 Nickel 380 ACP with Black Frame
Ruger LCP II 380 ACP Carry Conceal Pistol with Muddy Girl Camo Finish
Kimber Micro Desert Tan 380 ACP with Crimson Trace Lasergrips
Springfield 911 380 ACP Stainless Gear Up Package with 5 Magazines and Range Bag
Browning 380 Auto 95 gr FMJ Training and Practice 50/Box
($0.24 / round)
Hornady 380 Auto 90 gr Critical Defense 25/Box
($0.70 / round)
Federal 380 Auto 95 gr FMJ American Eagle 50/Box
($0.27 / round)
Federal 380 ACP 99 gr HST JHP Personal Defense 20/Box
($0.82 / round)
CCI 380 Auto 95 gr FMJ Blazer 50/Box
($0.27 / round)
Winchester 380 ACP 95 gr FMJ FN Service Grade 50/Box
($0.26 / round)
Sig Sauer 380 Auto 90 gr JHP Elite V-Crown 20/Box
($0.60 / round)
Hornady 380 Auto 90 gr XTP American Gunner 25/Box
($0.56 / round)
Winchester 380 ACP 95 gr Winclean Super X Police-Trade Ammo 50/Box
($0.34 / round)
Hornady 380 Auto 90 gr XTP Custom 25/Box
($0.63 / round)
Winchester 380 Auto 85 gr Silvertip Hollow Point Super-X 50/Box
($0.72 / round)
Federal 380 Auto 90 gr Hydra-Shok JHP Personal Defense 20/Box
($0.76 / round)
Combining popular M&P characteristics with existing Bodyguard 380 features, the new M&P Bodyguard offers consumers a uniquely engineered, lightweight self-defense pistol. Compact, sleek and ergonomic, the M&P Bodyguard pistol benefits from new fish scale serrations on the rear of the slide for ease of use and like other M&P pistols, ships complete with two magazines.
Chambered for .380 ACP, the lightweight sub-compact pistol features a high-strength polymer frame with a black, Maximum Corrosion Resistant (MCR®) coated stainless steel slide and barrel. The new M&P Bodyguard is standard with a 2 ¾ inch barrel, which contributes to an overall length of 5 ¼ inches and an unloaded weight of only 11.85 ounces. Additional standard features include a rapid second-strike capability, thumb safety, take-down lever and stainless steel drift adjustable sights.
I bought this pistol to use as summer CHL and hoping the lightweight, slim and size of the bodyguard would fit my usage! Well, everything about this pistol is great! My only gripe is the horrible trigger. It is very, very long and heavy. After shooting 3 magazine my finger is really sore. I compare this to my wife's Ruger LCP Gen 1 and the trigger is so much better even though the LCP have the long double stage trigger. I understand the philosophy of having a long and heavy double action pull on DAO pistol but, come on S&W this Bodyguard trigger is just not acceptable out of the box! I upgraded it with the aftermarket trigger. It is slightly better but the trigger pull is still very heavy. I would caution anyone getting this pistol to try it out. If I given a second try I would get the LCP!
So I purchased the M&P BG .380 back in 2014 for the obvious reason; discrete firepower. I had a pocket holster and was carrying the gun there for almost 3 years. On Tuesday I stopped to adjust it in my pocket and found the mag had popped out slightly. When I went to put it back it wouldn't engage the release catch. It fell out all the time rendering my defensive gun for all intents a .380 single shot derringer. It will not stay in unless it's held in, and that is unacceptable. I called S&W and they told me that I would not be able to send it to get fixed till August. What am I supposed to do? Luckily I had purchased a Bersa Thunder, plus last summer just didn't know I would need it so soon I found a local gunsmith who says he can repair it, but I've lost all confidence in this gun. Till S&W offers a metal mag catch or recalls the gun to put one in, it will happen again and I'm not the only one it's happening to. I'm planning to sell mine once it's fixed. Then I'll probably consider a revolver for my backup gun needs. Once upon a time, S&W made good guns but to compete today they have had to make serious engineering compromises. This is probably my last Smith and Wesson product I'll ever buy. Do yourself a favor and look for something else. It's a fine shooting gun, but without a mag that stays in it's a 12 ounce paperweight. It worked fine till it didn't
I actually own 2 of these. These are great carry pistols for when you are wearing light clothing. I even carry mine when I work out or go running. I've put at least 100 rounds through each of mine with ZERO malfunctions. Only con for me is the external safety. May be a plus for you if you prefer that.
I am a retired LEO and have carried a weapon of some sort with me every day for the past 37 yrs. This is my first .380 and I am impressed. The sights are spot on and I find it accurate up to the 15 yard mark at the range. After that, the groupings begin to expand. I have fired 800 rounds of 95 grain FMJ and 50 rounds of 90 grain Speer Gold Dot to break the pistol in and every round fed and ejected without incident. The only negative I see in this pistol is the thumb safety is so flat it is hard to engage it. Disengaging the thumb safety is easier, but takes more effort than the larger frame M&P shields. Trigger pull is smooth and long. I estimate my weapon to be about an 8lb pull. The magazine with the extended finger grip makes this gun much easier to shoot. I would suggest getting an extension for the 2nd mag. My use for this gun is up close and personal self defense 7-10 yards when carrying a larger J frame .38 or 9mm is not practical. I am so impressed, I am going to buy another one for my wife to carry when she is using a small purse. For the price, about $239 when they are on sale, makes this a very good buy for a quality gun. I hope this info helps.
Weapon looked great, felt great, easily concealed in a pocket but would never complete a single clip. This gun had failure to feed with the last round of each and every clip put in the gun. S&W was notified and they were glad to send me new clip springs. That did not solve the problem. I sent the gun back to S&W and when I got it the problem was not solved. The gun is currently back at S&W for further evaluation. I think I just want my money back.
This is my 1st 380 but my 2nd Gun purchased on this site... Gun was delivered as promised and the quality is amazing.. I highly recommend this gun over the Ruger; pay the additional monies and believe me you wont be disappointed.
Another Excellent firearm from SOSS.
This M&P BG is as smooth as butter.
Sportsmans Outdoor Superstore has not let me down in numerous transactions.
The Vance family and Colleagues are awesome.
Thanks again, SOSS.
As always excellent quality and service from SOSS.