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If you are in the market for Smith & Wesson 9mm handguns, you’d better be prepared for the enormous volume of options you should consider. How not to sink in this ocean of firearms that look alike and have similar names? Read this article. We won’t cover all Smith & Wesson 9mm models, we have lives to live after all, but we are happy to share our list of the best Smith & Wesson 9mm handguns for 2022. If you are reading this a few years later, these guns are probably still viable. Why? Because Smith & Wesson is known for making firearms that last a lifetime. Without further ado, let’s get to our Smith & Wesson 9mm Handgun Models Review

Smith & Wesson M&P 9 M2.0 is yet another round of evolution for the M&P (Military and Police) series, introduced in 2005. Don’t let the title deceive you, for this pistol line is not exclusive to those who protect the law and peace. What began as a full-size duty gun line soon expanded to include compact and competition variants, and now the M&P series is widely available on the commercial market. Thriving on the success of the original gun, M&P 2.0 entered the market in 2017 with even more elaborate features that bring the already well-established series to a new level. This particular model is from the C.O.R.E. PRO series, which means it can boast a few further improvements that set it apart from the main production models. One of the main changes of M2.0 is the aggressive grip texture that secures your hand on the grip. The surface is not abrasive enough to ruin clothing or scratch skin, yet is rougher than the original grip ensuring the most comfortable and reliable holding experience. The trigger pull is more crisp and tangible, with a more noticeable audible and tactile reset. Smith & Wesson M&P 9 M2.0 is equipped with a trigger stop to prevent the overtravel. A low barrel bore axis reduces muzzle rise and makes aim recovery even faster, while an extended rigid stainless steel chassis system reduces flex and recoil while firing. M2.0 is a decent advancement of the M&P line. If you are looking for a reliable full-size handgun, it is worth every dollar you will spend on it.

An outstanding representative of the next generation of everyday carry pistols, the Smith & Wesson M&P 9 Shield Plus is one of the latest variations of the already mentioned M&P line. This model, just as the original M&P Shield, is packed with various features for ultimate concealment. The plus version eradicates some of the drawbacks of its predecessor that is no longer in production. Even though the original M&P Shield was optimized for concealment through lower profile and thinner design, it had a low cartridge capacity. Even after Smith & Wesson updated the Shield with the M2.0 features by improving and lightening the trigger pull and increasing the grip textured coverage for improved recoil management, the capacity issue lingered. Smith & Wesson M&P 9 Shield Plus was developed to face this challenge and bring users a concealed carry gun that could hold more than 8 rounds while still being comfortable to carry discreetly. The engineers somehow managed to make it only 6.1 inches long, 1.1 inches wide, but able to hold a 13+1 magazine. Another distinctive feature of the new model is a flat-faced trigger for more consistent finger placement. This thin and lightweight pistol will make for a perfect everyday carry companion.

Another member of the M2.0 family, this pistol has a lot in common with the first gun we’ve covered in this review. It has the same aggressive grip texture for improved control, a low barrel bore axis to mitigate muzzle rise and a new crisp trigger with a lighter trigger pull and more noticeable reset. How are they different, you might ask? Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 is generally longer, has a polymer grip (vs. synthetic), and weighs a bit less. It is performed in a different color and features ambidextrous thumb safety. Aside from that, it is endowed with all merits of the M2.0 series member. This model doesn’t have as many additional pleasant features as a C.O.R.E. PRO series one, but it is more affordable instead. If you want all the major benefits of an M&P M2.0 but don’t want to pay extra, this sandy bud will have your back.

For those who prefer time-proven classics, Smith&Wesson presents their 1911 Pro. Eye-catching looks cover not less impressive insides worthy of a PRO Series family member. Even though this pistol is almost twice as heavy as Smith & Wesson M&P 9 Shield Plus, you can feel where every ounce comes from. The 1911 Pro’s stainless steel frame can boast several features that are usually found only on custom-made guns. The RoCo Wood grips look classy while ensuring a secure grip both while drawing and shooting. The trigger guard undercut makes the grip even more comfortable. The front strap features 30 lines per-inch checkering that is aggressive enough to provide enough roughness while not hurting your hand. An oversized external extractor ensures efficient extractions and quicker ejections. The beavertail palm swell contributes to more precise recoil control that allows for quick follow-up shots. The single-action trigger is crisp and smooth, with a short travel distance and a quick noticeable reset. This pistol will make for a perfect shooting range weapon.

Smith & Wesson CSX is the ultimate concealed carry pistol in micro-compact frame size. Built on an aluminum alloy frame with interchangeable polymer back straps, this model is highly customizable to cater to whatever your needs are. A remarkable magazine capacity of 12+1 rounds for a gun of this size makes CSX one of the best everyday carry options out there. The gun also ships with a 10+1 magazine for those situations when deeper concealment is a priority. The CSX features a textured front strap and part of the grip for more secure gripping. You can also find an already-met flat-faced trigger that helps with finger placement and ambidextrous manual thumb safety. The recoil management is easy thanks to textured panels and a beavertail. AS a rule, lighter guns have more issues with torque management, but it is no issue for a Smith & Wesson CSX.