Smith & Wesson M&P Bodyguard

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posted on January 13, 2014
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Consumers have enjoyed the M&P series. Consumers have enjoyed the Bodyguard line. So, for 2014 Smith & Wesson is combining the most popular aspects of each line. The result: the new M&P Bodyguard.

Combining popular M&P characteristics with existing Bodyguard features, the new handgun offers consumers a uniquely engineered, lightweight self-defense pistol. Chambered for .380 ACP, the lightweight sub-compact pistol features a high-strength polymer frame. You can learn more about it in the video below, hosted by Sheriff Jim Wilson.

Technical Specifications:

Caliber: .380 Auto

Capacity: 6+1

Barrel Length: 2.75"

Frame Size: Frame Size: Compact

Action: Double Action Only (Hammer Fired)

Front Sight: Stainless Steel Drift Adjustable

Rear Sight: Stainless Steel Drift Adjustable

Grip: Polymer

Overall Length: 5.25"

Weight: 12 ozs.

Frame Material: Polymer

Barrel Material: Stainless Steel

Slide Material: Stainless Steel

Finish: Matte Black

For more information, go to Smith-Wesson.com.

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