NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Smith & Wesson Performance Center Ported M&P9L with Red Dot Sight

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posted on October 15, 2017
Designed to be range-ready and customized for competition, the Ported M&P9L from Smith & Wesson’s Performance Center features the extended and ported slide and barrel, a tunable trigger and C.O.R.E.—competition optics ready equipment—configuration. Ready to run, this pistol comes from the factory with a red-dot optic installed. Champion shooter Julie Golob was at the NRA range to give us a rundown. Watch the full video here.

 



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