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    I know that +P rounds are overpressure, and generally used in defensive munition due to higher muzzle velocity, the question being, can an M&P shoot +P ammo and not be damaged?
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    Many shoot 9mm+P+

    It's fine.

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    Which M&P? If you are asking about the 9mm then the answer is yes. Both the full size and compact are rated for +P rounds. I haveboth and they both were broken in using primarily 124+P since that is what Iload when carrying.

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    thanks guys!!, just wanted to make sure....

    and yes, im HOPING for a 9mm
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    Hit up the S&W forum, they will set you on the right path.

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    To be honest, I think most modern handguns are able to handle at least +P rounds. If my gun can't stand up to the basic +P round, it isn't a gun that I'm going to trust with my life. If I can't trust it when I need it, there's no reason to own it.
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    http://mp-pistol.com/boards/Check out this site im sure it will help you.
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    malignity wrote:
    To be honest, I think most modern handguns are able to handle at least +P rounds. If my gun can't stand up to the basic +P round, it isn't a gun that I'm going to trust with my life. If I can't trust it when I need it, there's no reason to own it.
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