Considering DPM Recoil system M&P????

Considering DPM Recoil system M&P????

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    Considering DPM Recoil system M&P????

    I'm considering adding a mechanical DPM recoil reduction system (new spring/rod) to my S&W M&P Compact 9mm. Recoil is not a big problem in this pistol but I would like to maximize reliability. I have FS M&P that has run like a champ, but my little guy has an FTF here and there, while it could be ammo or the mag, it has been so infrequent that I can't really pin it down (but it will happen about 100-200rds with different ammo and different mags). One thing about the gun, is (versus) all the other compact 9mms I've handles, the factory spring doesn't seem stiff enough.

    I read about the DMP springs on GunBlast, where Jeff as raving about the one he put in an M&P 40. And, I generally agree with what he has to say.

    Anyone have any 1st hand experince with this product?


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    I've never heard of the DMP system...so I'm certainly going to do some web-surfing to check it out.

    As far as the FTF's with your M&PC....I'd first notify S&W and have them check it out. It should still be under warranty (no?) and they should/will take care of problem. There are no guarantees that the DPM system will cure what ails your M&PC.

    To rule out the mags as a source of problems, number your mags and then run each with whatever ammo you are shooting. If you have any FTF's with any one particular mag, segregate that mag and then vary the type of ammo. That should tell you if that mag or the ammo's the problem. Be sure to keep notes to keep track of any problems. If you send it to S&W, they will need to know that.
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    I have had the DMP spring in my full size M&P 40 for about a year now. I really like it. Significantly reduced recoil and muzzle flip.

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