Smith & Wesson's M&P line traces its roots all the way back to 1900 with its original Military & Police .38 Special designed for law enforcement and service duty with the Model 10 the longest and continuously running production firearm in the world. Over the years, the company has expanded its M&P line to include the Bodyguard .380, the Shield, the M&P9 or 40 Compact as well as the M&P45. After the line's introduction, it saw wide adoption by law enforcement agencies across the world as well as with the consumer public. The M&P line of pistols are available in FDE and with or without Crimson Trace lasers. Additionally, Smith & Wesson engineers designed the M&P line to accommodate an individual's fit and feel by providing interchangeable palm swell grip panels as well as a few other features.
Check out thissegment,from a recent episode ofAmerican Rifleman TV, to learn more about Smith & Wesson and its Military and Police pistols.