S&W Delivers New M&P380 Shield EZ Functionality Center Models

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Sporting tuned actions and ported barrels, Smith &amp Wesson on Monday unveiled 3 new M&ampP380 Shield EZ Functionality Center models.

The guns — which are supplied with a option of black, gold or stainless accents — all use a three.eight-inch ported barrel, flat face trigger, and HI-VIZ Litewave H3 Tritium/Litepipe sights. To trim weight down to 18.five-ounces the series makes use of lightening cuts in the slide as nicely as an anodized aluminum trigger and grip security.

Despite the fact that with an all round length of just six.9-inches, the .380 ACP-chambered handguns nevertheless have a Picatinny-style rail on the dustcover and an eight+1 capacity.

M&P380 Shield EZ Performance Center

Despite the fact that with an MSRP of about $100 much more than the common version, the Computer M&ampP380 EZ has much better sights, a flat faced trigger, ported barrel, lightening cuts in the slide and the possibility of stainless or gold (shown) accents. (Photo: S&ampW)

“Performance Center has constantly been recognized for its potential to add custom touches to factory firearms, and the Functionality Center M&ampP380 Shield EZ represents specifically that – custom characteristics, constructed correct in,” mentioned Tony Miele, GM of the Functionality Center. “When designing this solution, we set out to retain all of the quick to use characteristics that have created the M&ampP380 Shield EZ wildly well-known, although adding in a custom Functionality Center touch.”

The Functionality Center M&ampP380 Shield EZ has an MSRP of $502, which is only about $100 much more than the common model that comes with plain white-dot sights.

Three Performance Center M&P380 Shield EZ models

The Functionality Center M&ampP380 Shield EZ is offered with a matte black frame and a option of black, silver, or gold accents. (Photo: S&ampW)

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