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Thread: Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 5in Metal Competitor

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    Quote Originally Posted by GJM View Post
    Name a new product that S&W has introduced in the last five years that didn't leave you scratching your head about. Anyone?
    I do like the new PCC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BK14 View Post
    Is it normal for the front strap insert to have movement, and wiggle/rattle around? Also, is it normal that when you dry fire, the slide shifts to the side when the sear is released?
    The slide shift is the recoil spring moving the slide after striker tension is gone.

    The striker spring holds the slide out of battery a little if you do not use some force to return the slide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noah View Post
    Every M&P I've owned, mostly 9mm 2.0s and one 1.0c, has done that slide shift relative to the frame when dry fired. Drove me crazy.
    Most striker fired pistols do this no? P320 lifts uo. Glocks move too

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    Quote Originally Posted by G19Fan View Post
    Most striker fired pistols do this no? P320 lifts uo. Glocks move too

    Fair enough! I do notice it far more with the M&P and it's decidedly horizontal.

    Must be another reason hammer guns are better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noah View Post
    Fair enough! I do notice it far more with the M&P and it's decidedly horizontal.

    Must be another reason hammer guns are better

    Yeah hammer guns are fun. But personally have a hard time wirh da/sa for serious use

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    Quote Originally Posted by G19Fan View Post
    Most striker fired pistols do this no? P320 lifts uo. Glocks move too

    The SD9 and SD40 do this very noticeably.

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    I posted earlier about my Competitor experience....bad. Since I bought a Rival Steel. Great gun so far. I generally shoot a couple hundred rounds per week. The rival has made me set aside my Smiths for the time being. No problems, really like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G19Fan View Post
    Most striker fired pistols do this no? P320 lifts uo. Glocks move too
    The 320 "dot drop" in dryfire goes away with a magazine in place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BK14 View Post
    Anyone know of mag extensions that work with the factory magwell? Iíve heard the Taranís donít fit.
    Came here to ask the same question.

    Didn't see an answer.

    is the factory magwell a factory part or is it an adopted / rebranded aftermarket item ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noah View Post
    I do notice it far more with the M&P and it's decidedly horizontal.
    It is the striker spring holding the slide slightly out of battery when the slide is closed softly , when the striker drops the recoil spring moves the slide. When dry firing drop the slide harder or give a push on the back of the slide with your thumb and most if not all of the movement will be gone.

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