Complete Smith & Wesson Military & Police -
You Are Here  Military Training
Complete Smith & Wesson M&P
Click for full size image
Average Rating - 5

(Based on 1 Votes)
This product has

The Smith & Wesson M&P line of firearms includes Pistols, Revolvers, and Rifles.

M&P stands for Military and Police…. And this line of firearms is built to be strong, reliable, and almost over engineered so that it functions as intended in the rigorous environments of Military and Police work.

Currently, this handgun is available in 9mm, .357, and .40 caliber in both Full Size and Compact models. A .45 caliber version is available in Full Size only.

There are many unique features built into this handgun and we cover them all in this program as we detail the complete disassembly and then reassembly of the Smith and Wesson M&P handgun. This information will apply to all models of the Smith and Wesson M&P handguns with only slight variances.

It is our intention to present to you the information you will need to disassemble your M&P handgun safely and easily with strict attention to nomenclature and function of parts so that you truly understand your M&P handgun. And, of course, we'll show you how to reassemble the M&P and put it back in perfect working condition so that it will be ready for you when you need it.

Featuring Lenny Magill and technical input by Master Gunsmith Robert Soldenski

Qualifies for 5 for $79 Special!
Secure Check
  Verified: - World class firearms instructional Videos for all shooters, Handgun, rifle, shotgun, pistol, revolver, cleaning and maintenance, disassembly and reassembly, military, law enforcement, training, self-defense, concealed carry, night shooting, tactical precision shooting, long range shooting, sniper, police sniper, competition shooting, Lenny Magill, G. David Tubb, Brian Enos, Jerry Miculek, Jim Clark, Kay Clark-Miculek, Bill Wilson, Ken Hackathorn, Massad Ayoob, Bennie Cooley, Ron Avery, Ray Chapman, Alan Fulford, Larry Cohen, Eugene Kinnel, Bob Munden, Ed McGivern, Herb Parsons, Cal Elrich, Mickey Fowler, John Pride, Tom Knapp, Jim Hill, Jerry Barnhart, John Shaw, Doug Koenig.