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M&P Shield M2.0 with Crimson Trace Laser Available in .45 Auto

M&P Shield M2.0 with Crimson Trace Laser Available in .45 Auto
M&P 45 Shield M2.0 pistol with integrated Crimson Trace red and green laser, chambered in .45 Auto.

Smith & Wesson Corp. expanded its M&P Shield M2.0 pistol series with the addition of the new M&P 45 Shield M2.0 pistol with integrated Crimson Trace red and green laser, chambered in .45 Auto.

The M&P45 Shield M2.0 pistol with integrated Crimson Trace red and green laser delivers all of the familiar M&P Shield pistol operating features, including a slim profile and 18-degree grip angle for a natural point of aim.  The M&P45 Shield M2.0 with integrated laser features two laser modes and ambidextrous laser activation.  The pistol is designed with a compact 3.3" barrel and the enhanced M2.0 feature set, including alight, crisp trigger and the M2.0 aggressive grip texture for enhanced control.  The M&P45 Shield M2.0 pistol ships with two magazines: one seven round extended grip magazine, and one six round flush magazine.

The M&P45 Shield M2.0 pistol with integrated Crimson Trace red laser has an MSRP of $499, while the configuration with integrated Crimson Trace green laser has an MSRP of $549.

For more information about the M&P Shield M2.0 family of pistols, including spec sheets and images, please click here.


 
 
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