Smith & Wesson MP40 M2.0 Compact 40SW Centerfire Pistol with No Thumb Safety
Smith & Wesson MP40 Shield M2.0 40SW Centerfire Pistol with No Thumb Safety
Smith & Wesson MP40 Shield M2.0 40SW with Crimson Trace Laser and Thumb Safety
Springfield XD Mod.2 40SW Sub-Compact Black with GripZone
Smith & Wesson MP40 M2.0 Compact 40SW Centerfire Pistol with Thumb Safety
Smith & Wesson MP40 Shield M2.0 40SW Centerfire Pistol w/ Crimson Trace Laser, No Thumb Safety
Smith & Wesson MP40 Shield M2.0 40SW Centerfire Pistol with Thumb Safety
Smith & Wesson MP40 M2.0 40SW FDE Centerfire Pistol with 5-inch Barrel
Smith & Wesson MP40 M2.0 Compact Pistol with 3.6 Inch Barrel
Smith & Wesson MP40 M2.0 40SW Compact Pistol with 3.6 Inch Barrel and Thumb Safety
Smith & Wesson SD40 40SW Gray Frame Striker-Fired Pistol
Smith & Wesson MP40 Shield 40SW Centerfire Pistol (California Compliant)
Winchester 40SW 165 gr FMJ FN Service Grade 50/Box
($0.24 / round)
CCI 40SW 180 gr FMJ Blazer Brass 50/Box
($0.24 / round)
Winchester 40SW 180 gr JHP T-Series Police Trade 50/Box
($0.50 / round)
Federal 40 SW 165 gr FMJ American Eagle 50/Box
($0.30 / round)
Winchester 40SW 165 gr Winclean Super X Trade Ammo 50/Box
($0.26 / round)
Winchester 40SW 180 gr Winclean Super X Trade Ammo 50/Box
($0.28 / round)
Speer 40SW 180 gr GDHP Gold Dot Police-Trade Ammo 50/Box
($0.50 / round)
Winchester 40SW 180 gr Bonded JHP Police Trade Ammo 50/Box
($0.50 / round)
Federal 40SW 180 gr Tactical Bonded Hollow Point Police Trade Ammo 50/Box
($0.50 / round)
Federal 40 SW 135 gr Expanding FMJ Guard Dog 20/Box
($0.95 / round)
Hornady 40SW 165 gr Critical Defense 20/Box
($0.91 / round)
Federal 40SW 155 gr FMJ American Eagle 50/Box
($0.30 / round)
The popular M&P40 M2.0 Compact pistol now comes complete with a factory installed Crimson Trace Green Laserguard with Instinctive Activation™.
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.
I bought this new M&P 2.0 40 Compact shortly after they were introduced. I had read and watched many reviews and was excited and apprehensive at the same time. My biggest apprehension was about the texture. I had heard that it was extremely rough on the skin and even had torn some garment. I can say that has not been my experience in over 6 months of EDC.
I carry my M&P 40 Compact in a Crossbreed IWB Freedom Carry Holster. I have only had a few times where I noticed the texture against my skin. I have driven hundreds of miles while wearing the pistol. I have found a slight adjustment makes it no more noticeable than my M&P Shield.
I have found that the texture plants the firearm firmly in my hand when shooting and has enhanced my accuracy.
I am not a competitive shooter. However, the green laser has been a great help to my 70+ year old eyes. The 2.0 Compact replaced my M&P 40C that had a 3.5 inch barrel. Not only does it hold more ammo, but larger grip feels much more secure when drawing. I have paired the new gun with my Shield in 9mm to complete my EDC when I am wearing a dress shirt and tie. In the winter months I have been carrying the 2.0 40 Compact under a suit or sport coat with no problem.
I have shot over 1,500 rounds through the barrel with absolutely no problem. I have shot aluminum case, steel case and brass case ball ammo. In addition, I have fired several mags of Federal HST 180 grain. The bulk of my ammo has been my personal hand loads, and not one failure to feed, fire, or eject. I love the 40 cal. It is a personal preference. However, I know the advantages of 9MM.
I recently ordered a 40/9 conversion barrel which was my original plan from the beginning. I will update when I have had time to thoroughly test the new barrel. There are a lot of good options for today's gun buyers. I fully recommend both the M&P 40 Compact with the green laser, and Sportsman's Outdoors Superstore. Their service and the price were great. I don't remember how many days it took last summer when I made the order. But they were prompt. I was very pleased when I inspected the firearm at my FFL. I don't plan to buy any more guns at this point in my life, but I would not hesitate to order from Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore. Thanks!
I purchased my M&P M2.0 Compact in 40 S&W in June 2018. The first thing I did was clean it and take it to the range. I fired Federal HST, aluminum and steel cases, as well as hundreds of my own reloads. I have now fired over 1,200 rounds, mostly my reloads, some loaded hot but mostly mild, without a single malfunction. The gun has proven itself the ultimate in reliability. This is the seventh 7th M&P I have purchased since 2012. What can I say? I like them. My primary concern with the M2.0 was the aggressive texture of the grip. It feels great in the hand is more steady at the range, but I wondered how it would carry. I live on the NC/SC border and summers are brutally hot. As a result I often do not wear an undershirt in the summer. I carry the gun in a Freedom Carry IWB holster from Crossbreed. I like to carry concealed about the 2:30 position. The texture does bite into my lovely muffin top a bit. However, it is not unbearable. I have found that if I make a slight adjustment to 3:30 or 4:00 when sitting or driving it does not bother me at all. Having owned so many M&Ps, I am very familiar with its infamous trigger. For my new Compact, I have decided to keep the factory trigger. It is a major improvement over the original. I really do not notice any problems with the trigger at the range. It is not an HK or Walther trigger, but it is reliable and very acceptable for a carry trigger. At first in 2012, I didn't like the hinged trigger, but that was more of a mental block than a real issue. This is an edc/range gun not a competition gun. I chose the 40 S&W because a 40 HST actually makes a bigger wound channel than a 45 ball round. That said, I pray that I never, ever have to use it in a self defense scenario. By choosing the 40 I have the option to purchase a 40 to 9 conversion barrel if I ever decide to make that change. I also chose to purchase the pistol with the Crimson Trace green laser. It is a major savings to purchase them together rather than adding the laser later. I also find that the laser is a great tool for dry fire practice. I have gained more trigger control training with the laser. I love having the ability to turn the laser off when shooting with iron sights. But I also practice with the laser because my eyes need all the help I can get. I just want to be ready if the laser ever fails. One last thing that I want to mention. I find that drawing is much easier and first shots are much quicker with the handle of the M&P Compact as opposed to the M&P 40C that I replaced. The extra half inch in the handle does not print noticeably more and it provides me much more control in manipulating the firearm. The handle of the Compact fills my hand and the texture gives me confidence when drawing. Let me close by saying dealing with Sportsmans Outdoors was a pleasure. Their customer service was polite and prompt. They shipped my gun to my FFL the same day I made my order.
Ordered the weapon on Tuesday and took delivery on Friday before noon. Great service and shipping. The price was outstanding.