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Samson Manufacturing introduces the Pocket Comp for S&W’s 9mm Shield

Samson Manufacturing, a leader in AR-15 handguards and accessories, recently expanded their product line to include accessories for the M&P Shield.

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Samson’s latest offering is the Pocket Comp. Designed to fit ½ X 28 threaded barrels and use the factory recoil spring, the revolutionary two-part system uses a proprietary barrel nut as an attachment point. The Pocket Comp then slides over the barrel nut and is attached using hex head screws. This system allows for a rock-solid interface with no chance of marring the barrel threads. When not using the Comp, the barrel nut can remain on the barrel acting as a thread protector.

“Not only is the Comp small enough for pocket carry, the attachment system is unlike anything currently in use on a handgun” said Samson spokesperson Dave Biggers. Contoured to match the slide and with minimal gap between the slide and comp, it looks like an extension of the barrel rather than an add on. The Pocket Comp is machined from aircraft-grade 7075 aluminum and mil-std hard coat anodized for durability.

For more information you can visit their website www.Samson-mfg.com?.

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5 Responses to “Samson Manufacturing introduces the Pocket Comp for S&W’s 9mm Shield”

  1. jbgleason says:

    Comp looks functional and all but this

    “Contoured to match the slide and with minimal gap between the slide and comp, it looks like an extension of the barrel rather than an add on.”

    is a hell of a stretch.

  2. mark says:

    Very neat. I imagine a comp is extremely effective on such a small pistol.

    This photo also shows that a 4″ barrel Shield would be really cool, sort of a single stack M&P Compact.

  3. Jason says:

    I may have to look into this

  4. faex says:

    This isn’t any different than Walther has used for years on their P22 target models that include a compensator that attaches using hex head screws to a slightly longer barrel that coincidentally is threaded.

  5. Francis Marion says:

    Holster makers are now beating their heads against their workbenches across the country.