I bought the M&P a year ago. It was my first hand gun. It shot low but I thought it might be me so I kept working on my technique but nothing really seemed to help. Eventually I called up S&W and they sent me a return label. I had Truglo fiber optics sights installed months after I bought the gun. I really really really like them.
So, three weeks after I sent the gun back to S&W I get the gun back with a note that said "Not our sights." NOT OUR SIGHTS? Are you f'ing kidding me? I'm sure there's some silly rule/reason why (would they do the same to someone like Jerry Miculek? lol) but it was never communicated to me even though I told the CS guy I had after market sights.
Fed up I decided to buy another gun. I stopped in a local gun shop and the SR9 was on sale brand new for $409. I paid $550 for the M&P and about $250 for accessories, etc. Now I could see if it was my shooting technique or the gun. I had no problems shooting other people's guns so I was pretty sure it was the M&P. I decided to make this little vid. I know it's not slick and fancy but hopefully it gets the point across. I do think I got a lemon in the M&P and hopefully I can get it fixed.