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  • Optics ready
  • M2.0 flat-face trigger
  • Optic height iron sights
  • Hard-to-remove barrel
  • Quality control issues on some models
Editor’s Note:

Smith and Wesson finally decided to revisit the 10mm cartridge and adapted their M&P 2.0 platform for it. Our test gun was reliable, shot well, and had the quality ergonomics the M&P line is known for. However, there have been some reported issues with the 4-inch models, and it should be noted that this is still a relatively new gun in Smith and Wesson’s lineup.

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Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 10mm Specs

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Magazine Capacity
Magazine Included
Magazine Type
Overall Length
5.3 lbs

Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 10mm Features

Optics ready slide
M2.0 flat-face trigger
Armornite corrosion-resistant finish
1 in 10 twist M2.0 barrel
Optics-height iron sights

By The Numbers - Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 10mm

My limited shooting wasn’t a true test, but I’ve had no issues with other M&Ps.
Our test gun experienced no issues, but some users have reported issues in the 4-inch variants.
You can swap out backstraps, sights, and add optics and accessories fairly easily.
The four back straps allow you to fit the grip very specifically to your grip.

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final verdict

“The M&P line (especially the newer 2.0 models) has great build quality and is made of tough stuff. These guns should last a good long time. It would be a great comfort to have with you on a hike in bear country, as well. Talk about a lot of “oomph” in a smaller package…and with good sighting options, to boot.” – Mike Hardesty

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