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Shooting class I took over the weekend using my M&PC 9mm

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5/4/17
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A day at the range. M&P full size 9mm, compact .357 sig, Shield 9mm, Performance Center Shield 9mm, M&P full size .22, Compact .22 and a Glock 42. Fun! Shooting steel.
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3/6/17
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My M&P Collection. The M&P 9c FDE will be the next addition. USA all the way!!!!
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Replaced my #edc Kahr with this bad boy yesterday. Ready for some range time.
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Just wanted to put this out there in case someone has the need.  I have a S&W revolver with really nice, super tight fitting Knill grips.  I wanted to take them off and had no idea how I could do it.  They are machined to exacting tolerances.  I actually marked up a pair about ten years trying to get them off.  I thought about it and this time I used my head and a plastic credit card.  I knew the card wouldn't mark up the steel and was thin enough to wedge in at some point on the gun.  I did not try to push it into the seam of the scales, which would be impossible and would cause damage.  There really is hardly a detectable seam.  I just worked carefully along the area above the trigger and I'll be darned if I didn't get it started to come off.  I was shocked.  I had no idea I could get them off in just a couple of minutes.  I know others have had this problem, so here is the answer.  My grips cost 150.00, so you don't want to muck them up!  Good Luck.  
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