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First Look: Ed Brown M&P Shield Magazine

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Ed Brown Products is known for its 1911 pistolsparts and shooting accessories, and now it is offering aftermarket magazines available for the Smith and Wesson M&P Shield compact carry pistol.

Ed Brown manufactures its M&P Shield magazines from a highly polished steel tube to ensure reliability and smooth feeding. Each magazine can contain up to eight 9 mm cartridges and the base plates on these magazines are also designed to hold a circumferential ring of polymer that fills and contours into the bottom of the M&P Shield pistol’s grip. This “filler” adds a little bit of extra space for shooters’ hands to grip. Ed Brown includes one of these “fillers” with each of their M&P Shield magazines. Sales and Marketing Director John May said of this new line of M&P prodcuts, “As we continue to expand our parts and accessories, it is clear why Ed Brown has been the leader. We continue to use our knowledge and experience to serve our customer’s needs. If you have not checked out Ed Brown in a while, you had better look again.”

The Smith and Wesson M&P Shield is a popular and reliable striker fired 9mm-chambered, subcompact semi-automatic pistol designed around the personal protection and concealed carry market. It is notable for its thin overall profile since it was designed to feed cartridges from a single stack magazine. The Smith and Wesson M&P Shield has been a mainstay in the subcompact defensive carry category of pistols and enjoys a wide selection of compatible holsters and accessories.

The retail pricing for the Ed Brown Smith and Wesson M&P Shield magazine starts at $34.99. They are not compatible with the M&P Shield Plus or Shield EZ pistol variants. Ed Brown guarantees these aftermarket magazines to meet or exceed the performance of M&P Shield factory magazines. The tubes and followers also carry a Lifetime Warranty. For more information on these M&P Shield magazines and other parts, accessories, and firearms offered by Ed Brown Products, please visit their website at edbrown.com.

Article by SHOOTING ILLUSTRATED STAFF

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