New Magazine Release Buttons for Smith & Wesson M&P

LFArms mag release

Live Free Arms (LF Arms) announced a pair of new magazine release buttons for the Smith & Wesson M&P line of pistols.  One release is a standard length, while the second is an extended length release button.

The LF Arms release buttons are machined metal – not plastic – and have a Melonite finish.  MSRP is $26.95 for either button.  The buttons will fit all of the M&P pistols except the Shield and Bodyguard models.

From LF Arms:

LF Arms Announces New Magazine Releases for S&W M&P Pistol Line 

Live Free Arms Producers of precision machined custom firearm parts and accessories, announces their new magazine releases for the Smith & Wesson M&P family of pistols. These steel releases are offered in standard (factory spec) length and extended length sizes with contoured buttons and serrated texturing for positive grip. They are heat treated and Melonite coated to last a lifetime.

“We did a lot of research to see what shooters were looking for in a magazine release this popular line of pistols”, said Trevor Byers, Owner of LF Arms. “We were asked to make it bigger to help with the problem of breaking your grip from competition shooters to give them the extra speed they need. Tactical shooters requested more a tactile feel and more aggressive checkering to prevent slippage under heavy use.”

LF Arms is offering these releases for the retail price of $26.95 and they are available now.

LF Arms philosophy is simple – “Make it right”. When considering a product, we scrutinize every aspect from design to function. We don’t just make firearm parts and components; we make products to withstand the abuse you can and will inflict on a firearm that you trust and need to function for your match, your career or your life. To learn more about LF-Arms visit our site at www.lf-arms.com

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