M&P9 Shield
The original Shield, this model features the proven steel sight system with three white dots. It ships with the +1 magazine with the finger pad installed, so you can use it to effectively extend the grip for more comfortable shooting.

• Caliber: 9mm
• Barrel:  3.1 inches
• OA Length: 6.1 inches
• Weight: 19 ounces (empty)
• Grip: Polymer
• Sights: Three-dot
• Action: Striker-fired
• Finish: Matte black
• Capacity: 7+1, 8+1
• MSRP: $449

M&P Bodyguard 380
The smallest M&P handgun, this pocket pistol comes with a Crimson Trace laser integrated right into its frame. At an astoundingly light 12.3 ounces (unloaded), it’s significantly lighter than even the Shield, all while still packing the punch of a modern centerfire caliber. Pair it with .380 ACP ammunition designed for short barrels to fully unlock its potential.

• Caliber: .380 ACP
• Barrel:  2.75 inches
• OA Length: 5.3 inches
• Weight: 12.3 ounces (empty)
• Grip: Polymer Sights: Drift adjustable, Crimson Trace laser
• Action: DAO
• Finish: Matte black
• Capacity: 6+1
• MSRP: $449

M&P9c
The double-stack, slightly larger cousin to the Shield, the M&P9c is the smallest M&P that will take the same magazines as the larger models, which is crucial for those who carry the M&P9c as backup to a larger M&P in the same caliber. It offers interchangeable backstraps and the same ergonomics of the larger models.

• Caliber: 9mm
• Barrel:  3.5 inches
• OA Length: 6.7 inches
• Weight: 21.7 ounces (empty)
• Grips: Polymer Sights: Three-dot
• Action: Striker-fired
• Finish: Matte black
• Capacity: 10+1
• MSRP: $569

M&P Bodyguard 38
Rated for +P loads, this modern adaptation of the classic snub-nosed revolver comes with a Crimson Trace laser built right into the right side of the frame. The single-piece, aluminum-alloy upper frame helps save weight, while the stainless steel barrel provides accuracy and durability. Designed for a snag-free draw from your pocket or other deep-concealment location, the hammer is internal and there’s nothing external to snag on clothing.

• Caliber: .38 Special
• Barrel:  1.9 inches
• OA Length: 6.6 inches
• Weight: 14.36 ounces (empty)
• Grip: Rubber
• Sights: Fixed, Crimson Trace laser
• Action: DAO
• Finish: Matte black
• Capacity: 5
• MSRP: $539

Model 442 LaserMax
Arguably the most popular small-frame revolver on the market, the Model 442 is available in a wide range of calibers, from .22 LR to .357 Magnum. It provides the basic frame for the Chief’s Special, as well as the Centennial and the hammer-shrouded versions. Depicted here is the 10239 model, with a LaserMax unit that mounts under the barrel to augment your aiming with a bright dot downrange.

• Caliber: .38 Special
• Barrel:  1.875 inches
• OA Length: 6.31 inches
• Weight: 15.5 ounces (empty)
• Grip: Polymer
• Sights: Fixed, LaserMax laser
• Action: DAO
• Finish: Mate black
• Capacity: 5
• MSRP: $539

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