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I am considering a M&P 9mm and I'm wondering how this pistol will handle reloads. Anyone have any experience with feeding or ejection problems with reloaded ammo?
 

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TheJerk said:
I am considering a M&P 9mm and I'm wondering how this pistol will handle reloads. Anyone have any experience with feeding or ejection problems with reloaded ammo?


Mine has had no problem eating anything I fed it.
 

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Mine is new full size 40 cal. After putting over 200 rnds of commercial ammo,

I tried my 155g TFP from Star with 5.5 grns 231. About 1100 fps if I remember

correctly. Always read your reloading manual for safe,correct loads. Good luck
 

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My 40 has yet to choke on anything I've thrown at it, as long as the quality of the reloads is there it should work fine.
 

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Thanks!

Thank you all for the help. I assumed that would be the answer but I'd rather find out before I buy.
 

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Same here ... just started reloading shortly after gettng my M&P 40. Once I got the crimp & bullet seating dies set right I've yet to have an issue with any of the rounds I made (except the one that didn't have any powder in it :roll: or the one that had a bad primer )
 

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I've only shot 250 rounds thu my M&P9 - all reloads (3 different powders/loads!)



0 Problems!



EDIT: make it 300 rounds! 8)
 

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I've had a few feed issues with loads in the 1.130+ OAL range. Sometimes doesn't return to battery. anything shorter works fine.
 

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I've reloaded about 750 115gr TMJ so far with lengths from 1.160" down to 1.125" with no feed or eject problems. I use the Lee Anniversary Kit for reloading with the nice 4 die set with the factory crimp die. I like it a lot.
 
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