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M&P9 Shield 2.0 mods?

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Hey guys, just got a M&P9 Shield 2.0 with manual safety. Was wondering what you guys suggest for some modifications that earnestly improve the handgun.

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Have you shot it yet?  Is there something you don’t like about it?

Rather than mods, I’m the type of guy to recommend ammo and practice.

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Definitely check out AIM surplus for magazines. They have the 7 and 8 round mags for $16.95. Most other placers are $20 and up and $30 for the 7 round. I picked up a first gen recently and ordered a couple extra mags right away. Its a great little shooter and super easy to conceal!

link for convenience:

https://aimsurplus.com/smith-wesson-shield-9mm-8rd-factory-magazine

https://aimsurplus.com/smith-wesson-shield-9mm-7rd-factory-magazine

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With today's pistols , I say keep them stock for them to run reliably . Use your money to buy ammo and practice .

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Since the Shield is already a decent pistol especially for the price, I tend to agree with other on spending your money on ammo and practice time for the most part.   There is one mod I added to mine that I really like and it was the Samson mag well for the extended mags.    I posted about it here.    As mentioned, as long as you plan to use the extended mags, I think it's worthwhile in my opinion.    If you plan to run the flush mag sometimes, disregard.   

https://www.tngunowners.com/forums/topic/109509-mp-shield-magwell-samson-mfg/?tab=comments#comment-1516368

 

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