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Old 07-09-2012, 5:57 AM
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Originally Posted by scootle View Post
How do the M&P22 magazines compare in size to their full-sized brothers? e.g. will they fit properly in the same magazine carriers?

If it wasn't mandated to have the thumb safety on the M&P22 vs. a full-caliber M&P, this would make a nice training piece. Minor difference, I know, but enough that you'd likely need holsters specific to accommodate the thumb safety (pretty sure my full-sized Raven is not interchangeable with the thumb-safety equipped pistols).

Will a no-thumb safety version come to the US? Who knows... if one did show up, I'd be first in line!
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The M&P22 magazine is thinner than the centerfire M&P pistol magazine.

The manual thumb safety is required because it is a single-action only pistol that uses an internal hammer hidden under the slide.
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