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I'm not sure if this has been posted before, I'm a recent member. Has anyone read up about ths DPM Systems thing?? Has anyone gotten this for their pistol? If so, your thoughts?
 

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Search it bro, you'll find lots of info
 

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I ordered the spring kit. It does make a noticeable difference. However, it is not like shooting a .22 as some claim. It brings the .40 down to MAYBE 9mm recoil.



I like it and I do think it is worth it.
 

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I just returned mine today. After running 500 rounds with it in and comparing it with the stock spring

I found that the stock was better for me in my 40 as with the DPM i was sprayingall over and even though the recoil was lighter the muzzle flip was way out there, so i sent it back.
 

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Really? My groups shrunk by about 30% at 7 yards. It does still flip, but with a high grip, it is much less than before. Which spring did you use? The gold or silver?
 

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I have posted this before but I have my flame retardent suit on so I'll do it again. According to Alan at Sprinco, who makes a very nice recoil reducing guide rod bye the way. According to him, the Glock and M&P models are not the same. They tried theirs and were not happy with the way it fit or functioned. Please correct me if I am wrong but this company doesn't have a M&P specific part yet either. If it is a range gun do what you like, it is after all your money. I'd pass though if you think you might ever need this for something serious. As you know, Mr. Murphy will visit at the most inopertune time.
 

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mpbond said:
Really? My groups shrunk by about 30% at 7 yards.


I was going to say I find this very very hard to believe but I won't cause I don't want Jester to have to edit me again :roll:
 

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[quote name='mpbond']Really? My groups shrunk by about 30% at 7 yards.


I was going to say I find this very very hard to believe but I won't cause I don't want Jester to have to edit me again :roll:[/quote]



It's not hard to believe, becuase you have two choices.



1) you didn't start with very good groups at 7 yards, which means your technique probably has issues. If the gadget aggravates your bad technique less, you will shoot better.



2) You have good technique, which means you have nice tight groups at 7 yards, which means that a 30% reduction isn't that much.



Either way, I'd rather just buy an extra 1000 heads and practice more.
 

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mpbond said:
Really? My groups shrunk by about 30% at 7 yards. It does still flip, but with a high grip, it is much less than before. Which spring did you use? The gold or silver?


I haave been shooting at 30 and 50 feeet as i want the practice with the distance, before the BG gets to close for comfort. I was using the gold spring and gave it a good try but it just did not for me or the Range master who said the same thing and she is about 100lbs soaking wet.
 

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[quote name='UPSguy'][quote name='mpbond']Really? My groups shrunk by about 30% at 7 yards.


I was going to say I find this very very hard to believe but I won't cause I don't want Jester to have to edit me again :roll:[/quote]



It's not hard to believe, becuase you have two choices.



1) you didn't start with very good groups at 7 yards, which means your technique probably has issues. If the gadget aggravates your bad technique less, you will shoot better.



2) You have good technique, which means you have nice tight groups at 7 yards, which means that a 30% reduction isn't that much.



Either way, I'd rather just buy an extra 1000 heads and practice more.[/quote]



Take it however you want. I like it and I let a few other guys w/ stock M&Ps shoot it and they all liked it as well. I will be keeping it. Personally, I hated the muzzle flip of a .40. This helped tame it a bit and that's all that I was looking for. I really don't care if you believe me or not.



BTW, I have about 500 rounds through it w/ this spring so far and no malfunctions.
 
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