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Old 07-30-2012, 12:13 AM   #1
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Hey all, I just purchased an M&P 9mm. Just need a little help on which hollow point ammo is best for the pistol. Any advice would be helpful. Thanks.

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Old 07-30-2012, 12:38 AM   #2
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Anything it will feed reliably.

Any modern pistol with am integrated feed ramp shouldn't have trouble with any ammo.

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Anything it will feed reliably.

Any modern pistol with am integrated feed ramp shouldn't have trouble with any ammo.
^^^ditto ^^^
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Thanks guys! Appreciate the info!

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I use Critical Defense or Gold dot 124gr (non +p) in my two M&P Shields.

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I agree with Willfully.



My personal fav is the Federal LE 115G +P+ for SD. It's a fairly hot round and a DPM replacement spring keeps it under control very well. I recommend it even if you don't run hot lead in your M&P.

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Buy several different brands and see what it loves, they all should run fine thru a M&P. Only brand I ever had trouble with was Cor-Bon .380 the wife's Bersa refused to extract them.

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This

http://www.underwoodammo.com/9mmlugerp124graingolddotjackethollowpointboxof50-2-1.aspx

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Ive been a fan of Hornady Zombie Max rubber tipped hollow points. But really, the M&P will eat just about any HP you put through it.

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I keep Gold Dots or DRT Ammo in mine

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