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    S&w sd9ve

    I have owned a few in the past , they seem to slip away in trades ,
    Im looking into getting a realiable beater pistol ... and in this buyers market .. They are a few that I have been looking at ...

    I looked hard at a Taurus G2 ... Real hard ... but I went for the SD9VE which is close to the 19 which is a compact ... Being that its not going to be for concealed carry .. Mostly open carry .. around the house , barn and such ...I've never had any issues with the ominous SD trigger ... actually always shot well with the gun .. really good ..
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    That's one heck of a good deal. (SDVE pistols usually go for around $300, maybe $250 at the least with a manufacture's rebate.)

    Seriously, I just recently purchased a like new in box SW40VE for $199 just over a week ago, and that's the last gen model. I really like it though, it feels great in my hand, and is essentially a clone of the Glock 23. The trigger is definitely on the heavy side for a striker-fired pistol, but when compared with double action triggers on revolvers and certain semiautomatic hammer-fire pistols, it feels good.

    Congratulations, I think you're going to like it.
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    $269 shipped with a Crimson Trace tac light right now at SMGA.com
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    Congratulations on your new SD9VE !!!

    I've got the earlier SW9VE, and I've been very very happy with it. So much so, it's in my Fall/Winter Carry Rotation.
    Have been tempted to pick up an SD9VE.

    Current Carry Rotation

    Taurus 24/7 Pro 9mm
    Canik TP9V1
    S&W SW9VE
    "Easy is the path to wisdom for those not blinded by ego." - Yoda

    For all of those killed by a 9mm: "Get up! You are not dead! You were shot with a useless cartridge!"

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    Long .. But good review...
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    Congrats on your SD9VE.

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    Picked it up a few days ago ... Just cleaned it up and oiled up ... Hoping to get to the range in a few days
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    I've had my SD9VE for several years and I have had no issues with it at all and it is pretty accurate for me after I got accustomed to and broke in the trigger. I later bought a Taurus PT111 G2 (G2C) and I am more accurate with it. The SD9VE holds more rounds but I prefer to shoot the PT111 G2. They are both outstanding for the price I paid ($289.99 for the SD and $199.99 for the PT111).
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    Congrats on the SD9VE. The G 2 is also worth every penny.

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    You know, it's funny... For the longest time I thought that I only liked older firearms with very destinctive aesthetic designs like the Walther PP, the 1911, and Beretta 92, but it turns out that I also really like the look of very simple, basic, utilitarian aesthetic designs.

    Seriously, firearms like the Smith & Wesson Sigma, Ruger SR Series, Taurus Millennium, and even some of the Glocks have won me over as I've learned to appreciate their simple, utilitarian designs. I much prefer their clean, flat lines to the more "tactical" designs with lots of sharp, blocky, angular edges all over them.

    What's especially nice about them is that they just so happen to be much cheaper than either the classics or the modern tactical-style firearms.
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