Description

The M&P M2.0 pistol is now available in compact size, ideal for concealed carry. Highlights of the M&P M2.0 Compact pistol include an extended stainless-steel chassis and high grip to barrel bore axis ratio for reduced muzzle rise and faster aim recovery. The M&P M2.0 pistol further improves performance with a fine-tuned, crisper trigger, lighter pull and a tactile and audible reset. The pistol, available in three calibers, includes an aggressively-textured grip and four interchangeable palmswell inserts for optimal hand-fit and trigger reach. Includes two magazines, a limited lifetime warranty and a lifetime service policy.

Compact-size frame with accessory rail.
New, 4” Barrel Length
New, light, crisp M2.0™ trigger pull.
Positive tactile and audible trigger reset.
Aggressive grip texture for enhanced control.
Four interchangeable palmswell grips for optimal hand fit and trigger reach - S, M, ML, L.
Low bore axis reduces perceived recoil making the M&P M2.0 pistol comfortable to shoot.
Optimal 18-degree grip angle for natural point of aim.
Extended rigid stainless steel chassis to reduce flex when firing.
Striker-fired action.
Visual inspection port loaded chamber indicator.
Comes with 2 magazines.
Stainless steel slide and barrel with durable Armornite® corrosion-resistant finish.
No Thumb Safety
Firearm Specifications
SKU: 11684
Model: M&P®40 M2.0™ Compact
Caliber: .40 S&W
Capacity: 13+1
Barrel Length: 4" / 10.2 cm
Overall Length: 7.3"
Front Sight: Steel - White Dot
Rear Sight: Steel - White Two Dot
Action: Striker Fire
Grip: Polymer
Weight: 25.3 oz / 717.2g
Barrel Material: Stainless Steel - Armornite® Finish
Slide Material: Stainless Steel - Armornite® Finish
Frame Material: Polymer
Purpose: Home Protection Personal Protectio

What's in the Box
M&P40 M2.0 Compact 40 S&W with No Thumb Safety
(2) Magazines
Four Interchangable Palmswell Grip Inserts
Cable Lock
Owner’s Manual

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Is this gun California legal?

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Is this gun California legal?

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Is this gun California legal??

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None of you have been a in a gun fight in your life’s calm down and Enjoy the gun lol y’all sound like NRH PD ACTING LIKE THEY HAVE A GANG PROBLEM LOL

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I have had good luck in the past but now they take a week or more to ship supposed "in stock and ready to ship" items.

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This thing is awesome and easy to convert to 9mm, with just a stock M2.0 9mm barrel and magazine. Definitely a winner!

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For those reading the above comment, it is false. You CANNOT just swap the barrel with a 9mm one. You need a conversion barrel, which is hard to get for this length, 4”.

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Richardito, you are clearly ignorant about this pistol. I have used this myself, actually putting the 5in 9mm barrel in from my full-size M2.0. Keep your mouth closed when you don't know what you are talking about. The 4.25 barrel is available for one closer to slide length- 1/4" longer than the stock barrel.

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You are the ignorant keyboard commando type that get other people in trouble with your incorrect information. There's a good reason companies sell 40 to 9mm conversion barrels, the geometries are different at the lock-up area (40 is bigger). Using a 9mm in a 40 gun will cause a lack of accuracy and might cause an accident, among other things. That's why comments like yours are dangerous. A 4.25" barrel is for a full size M&P, a different gun. Leave the discussions for the experts and keep your ignorance to yourself.

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You can do what you choose, but you don't have a good handle on the dimensions of these barrels, because you would be correct about almost all other models (Glocks, etc). Also using a 4.25 or even a 5in barrel is not a problem for function but may be unsightly for carry. Since you have not actually used or checked with the manufacturer about this model, as I have, you are uninformed. I am sure it was a misunderstanding and you were trying to keep people safe from what would typically be a problem.

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Again, you are the one with incorrect information. I have almost 10 S&W M&P's so I know what I am saying. I know for a fact the differences in dimensions and, well, I already told everything that needed to be said. Other handguns are different discussion. Actually Glock barrels are similar as well. That's why you can fit a conversion 9mm barrel on a 40 Glock but you cannot ever shoot 40 out of a 9mm Glock. Those are just facts everyone have access to. That's why I included a link to the S&W conversion barrel from 40 to 9mm so others can see what I am talking about. I don't give a damn about the longer barrels, that is another separate discussion. I don't wish to keep wasting my valuable knowledge in a dumb argument. Like they say, you can't argue with stupid so I will stop. Hopefully readers can get my point after looking at the conversion barrel and debunk your "opinion".

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You are correct that you can use the conversion barrel but it is also correct that the stock 9mm has the same lock up dimensions as the 40 and 357sig models. Calipers will verify the info. Here is another item that does work ( I have used it without issue for 400+ rounds): https://www.brownells.com/handgun-parts/barrel-parts/barrels/s-w-m-p-9mm...

Enjoy shooting either way!

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Massive deal!! Got the 9mm but this is tempting!!

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What this shows is $500 & higher Glocks and other poly framed guns are all over priced but since they're the "in" gun people are willing to over pay for them.

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Tempted to buy one of these just because I love my 2.0 4" 9mm so much... But I have a PC .40 so I'm gonna try to resist the temptation if this great price for now!

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FYI, there's also a $40 rebate on these for veterans, active duty etc on the Smith & Wesson website. There's several levels of rebates on these and other firearms. So this cost me $259, not $299!

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Anyone know if there is a conversion barrel to make it 9mm? I like .40 but practice with 9mm is way cheaper.

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You can buy this and then get a SW replacement barrel for the 2.0 in 9mm and a magazine and you are in business with 2 calibers for under $420 (+transfer fee). No brainer

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Great info thanks.

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Thanks. No need to change/modify extractor or anything else? Will performance not be affected. Will not carry with 9mm but only with 40 S&W but just want to know.

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You dont have to do anything but swap the magazines and drop in a 9mm barrel. It's good enough for the range, you might see an occasional failure to eject fully though. If you're gonna carry it with the 9mm barrel in, then yes I'd swap the spring to a 9mm one and the extractor to a 9mm one

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Thanks! I will pull the trigger... Pun intended

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You can take a stock SW M&P 2.0 9mm barrel and use it no problem. I took out the 5" barrel of my M2.0 and used it. This compact has really impressed me. Much better than the original M&P stuff

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Thanks. No need to change/modify extractor or anything else? Will performance not be affected. Will not carry with 9mm but only with 40 S&W but just want to know.

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I should have known better than buy a m&p again... trigger feels sloppy

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If it were 9mm I’d buy 2

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They have em in 9 for $349 I believe?

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Full size I think

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My one gripe about this gun is that the grips are extremely rough. While the grips work well when shooting (though I personally think they are a little rough even for that) , they chafe against my side when I carry the gun to the point that it is extremely uncomfortable. Wish they made a mid-size gen 1. Something to consider if you are planning to carry it.

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Talon grips solve that, or you can use fine sand paper or steel wool to gently smooth it out a bit all around

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Good ideas, but I am not a fan of talon grips and I don't want to permanently modify the gun. I ordered a hogue wrap around grip. We will see how that goes.

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The hogue wraparound grip definitely helps!

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Trying to move that .40 inventory.

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I bought one of these a year ago at $399 and thought I got a great deal. This is an unbelievably low price on one of the best EDC pistols out there.

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Just bought one, great deal.

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Me too, except I paid $329. Lol

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I perfer this to G23 , just sold my Glock to purchase S&W M&P 40c , steel mags are better and ergononics are far superior, MADE. IN AMERICA!!!!!!

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Agree 100% Much prefer this to my Gen 3 Glock 23.

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Heck of a deal. Would probably of got it under obama.

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