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Just make sure you don't use that gun if you plan to do anything illegal or they'll trace it right back to you with that primer strike. ;)
Yep, him and everyone else that owns an M&P. My 9mm Shield brass looks just like that.
 

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What you've got there is called firing pin drag or primer drag. Not at all unusual.
That's what it's called and it indicates the gun is unlocking a bit prematurely. Some Glocks are known to do this routinely.

And no, not all M&Ps do it. Neither of mine do. They both leave nice round firing pin indents in the primers.
 
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