What ammo for Your SHIELD?

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    For me, I use Remington 124gr +P. Ran two magazines through the Shield, no problems. I'm looking for a standard pressure SD load to replace it with though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pattywak View Post
    For me, I use Remington 124gr +P. Ran two magazines through the Shield, no problems. I'm looking for a standard pressure SD load to replace it with though.
    I see by your profile you own the FNX 9. I also have the FNX in 9 and 40. Fantastic firearm and relatively unknown to most. I added Hogue grips to both. I like them better than any M&P I own...and I own 8 of them including the Shield in both 9 and 40. I now will be carrying the Shield during the warm months and my FNX during cold weather.

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    I use Speer 124 +P in my Gen 4 G26. Very accurate. Great street record!
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    1200 assorted and the only hick-up was a low powered target LRN. not even a factory round.

    what it cycles fastest and is the most accurate fast shooting with are the long nose jacketed.
    125gr shoots to POA. recoil is like a 22LR
    147gr does not shoot to POA. and the recoil is noticable
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    I use 147gr. Ranger T's. I've put about three hundred of them (along with a few hundred target rounds) through my Shield 9mm. Never a hiccup, and shoots right to POA.

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    Kilowatt...and me

    perfect that same make and model yet handle ( at this point in the guns life) differently

    asking how 'it' works for others has varying realism realitive to yours.
    but knowledge is good; and mostly it is better to have more than not enough.
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