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Old 12-25-2017, 10:51 AM   #11
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For me it was the trigger. I just do not like the trigger in the Shield. I have not tried the Shield 2.0 yet but the triggers on the 1.x Shield were not for me. It was not the weight of the trigger but somerhing about the geometry of the pull.

I found I could pick up the PPS and shoot it pretty well. It just felt natural. The Shield felt....odd. I probably could have adapted to the Shield with some work but it made sense to me to go with what just felt natural and intuitively shootable in my hands.

I own the PPS M2. I was on the hunt for a PPS "classic" when I found the M2 though. I'd be happier with either of them over the Shield.
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For me it was the trigger. I just do not like the trigger in the Shield. I have not tried the Shield 2.0 yet but the triggers on the 1.x Shield were not for me. It was not the weight of the trigger but somerhing about the geometry of the pull.

I found I could pick up the PPS and shoot it pretty well. It just felt natural. The Shield felt....odd. I probably could have adapted to the Shield with some work but it made sense to me to go with what just felt natural and intuitively shootable in my hands.

I own the PPS M2. I was on the hunt for a PPS "classic" when I found the M2 though. I'd be happier with either of them over the Shield.
Not a fan of the articulated trigger myself. I tolerate it on my M&P 357 FS because it cost me very little to try out a 357Sig and it shoots pretty darn well.
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Guns and Ammo is a paid shill .....

Might as well go to gun blast.....he even rated the first Remington 51 as a grear gun the dufuess
Bountyhunter you are correct about a predetermined winner, except it was to be the Glock 43! At least these reviewers gave a fair but tainted review and the Glock 43 was “tied” with the PPS!
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