Shadow Systems Announces Integrally Compensated MR920P And XR920P

by Tommy Grant

Shadow Systems has just announced the MR920P and the XR920P, two new integrally compensated 9mm pistols.

Shadow Systems makes some pretty sleek pistols. Gun Digest has published several reviews on the company’s guns, all of which left the author impressed. Those reviews will be linked at the bottom of this post, but here we’ll be looking at the company’s two latest models—the compact MR920P and the crossover-sized XR920P.


Firstly, the standard Shadow Systems MR920 and XR920 pistols have been available for some time. The addition of the “P” suffix on the new models is what indicates that they’re integrally compensated. The MR920 is equivalent in size to a Glock 19 and the XR920 is a crossover pistol with a Glock 17-sized frame and a Glock 19-sized slide and barrel. One of the most impressive aspects of the new models is that their compensators only add one-half inch to their overall lengths. This means both pistols should be able to fit most existing Glock 17 holsters.

The compensators are also touted for their reliability, so much so that even some police agencies have adopted compensated Shadow Systems pistols. The company says that the comps were designed to function properly with standard springs and a variety of different bullet weights, and users tended to report a significant reduction in muzzle rise when shooting the MR920P and XR920P. Further, Shadow System’s compensators are quick-detach, something that both allows for easy maintenance and eliminates the need for a threaded barrel. This also means that these models should be legal in states with bans on threaded muzzles.

The Shadow Systems MR920P has an MSRP of $1,269 and the XR920P has an MSRP of $1,293.

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