The grip angles and contours should be the same, except for the grip length...Like the grip on the C a little better than the F. Don't get me wrong I like the F a lot, but the grip on my M&P and Glock feel a little better than the F although I do like how high I can grip the F.
I think it's just that the C grip fits completely in the palm of the hand so it feels more secure, plus the slide length might balance better. One thing I really prefer on the C is the slide lock, it's bent more than on my F and doesn't get in the way of my thumbs forward grip.The grip angles and contours should be the same, except for the grip length...
Hello there, first postThey are the same, but there is something about the C that just feels slightly more comfy. Everyone has different hands, but for me, the C is the perfect fit. Both pistols are a dream to shoot.
Didn't notice the rear portion of the "beavertail" is squared off on the C, where on the F it is rounded off and has a space for the shoulder stock to attach to.Hello there, first post
Grip is not the same, C is slightly wider (longer) in the top section - therefore it feels a bit bigger.
Look at the rear of the "beavertail" and see the slight difference, the put them both in your hands and you can notice it a bit. The F is rounded and has a slot for the stock, the C is more squared off and slightly extended.Could have fooled me...
Compensate for my less-than-perfect line-up and photoshop and it's pretty much identical.
Just wanted to give one a shot to see what all the hoopla was about, nice gun for sure. Need to figure out why it won't run with my suppressor, may just be an ammo issue.M&Ps are great guns had one in 357 sig for about a week,just wasnt my cup of tea.Good thing is it helped me fund another Caracal!