Shawn Hinzman: Just as safe as carrying a Glock. ALWAYS USE A HOLSTER!
cha pi: 5 lbs trigger pull w/ no manual safety...is that safe to carry?i do hve an
sd9 n planning to install a new trigger kit from apex...i want to know ur
opinion bfor i replace evrything..
ArmedCivy: I'm glad you asked me that! I have discovered a few light primar strikes. I
need to reinstall the factory spring and test it to ensure that the spring
is the issue. I've been planning an update video, wanted several months of
carry before I made it so look for that and I will discuss this very issue.
Thanks for the question!
gatorz1173: thanks for showing that,same as my glock 19,use to have one think i might
have to get another one
ArmedCivy: hope you watched my SD9 10 month update vid dude!
ArmedCivy: well this is an easy answer. I am absolutely comfortable carrying with no
external safety with the Apex SD kit. I don't want an external safety! A
gun is not going to go off unless improperly handled, or a human finger is
purposefully manipulating the trigger. I carry this pistol ALL THE TIME!
Good luck to you and enjoy your SD!
Bob Solla: try their website again under s&w sd pistols!
CharlyRomeo2009: Awesome contender for G19 I wish someone is going to make a 357Sig barrel
for the SD40
vabch82: Also, have had any problems with light strikes? I ask this because I'm
aware that this trigger kit includes a striker spring. Thanks again and
deke909: You really dont wanna carry a weapon that's having light primer strikes!
ArmedCivy: I watched bry33productions' video and also looked back through Apex's
website, but couldn't find where they made that trigger for the SD. It kind
of looks like he may have picked up the one for the M&P series and fitted
it in the SD he has. No doubt it's a slick trigger though! Thanks for the
koncept007: With the reliability problems that Glock has been having and the price of
the Smith, I'm strongly considering the SD9.
vabch82: My father just ordered one of the new SD9VE pistols and I'm thinking he
would love this trigger kit!! Good vid dude
ArmedCivy: Thank you!
Kvjavs: Nice video. Could you do one with the trigger reset with the APEX trigger?
The stock trigger reset seems to be pretty far forward.
vapor83: My saftey is not having it roostered and no fingers near trigger. By not
having it roostered you can let a intruder hear that and hopefully be scared
off by then or say gnite
Christina Mancuso: very good review of the trigger pull
Bob Solla: you need to install the apex aek polymer trigger on your sd like this guy
did!i bought a sd40ve and have ordered it for mine and like you already
have their spring kit installed.this is his you tube
channel:bry33productions.look for the video!
ArmedCivy: Hey I found it on there. I spent my tinkering money already for this month,
but it's on the list for next go around. Hey I'm about to finish uploading
a vid about the SD, you might check it out if you get a minute.
vettelover2009: I carry my Glock 23 with a 4# trigger pull...the safety plunger still
retains its factory spring so I'm not worried in the least about it going
off accidently or the trigger being snagged...I put a 3.5# connector and
lightened Wolff striker spring, and got the trigger down to 4# on the nose.
Granted it's still a long deliberate Glock trigger...but it's safe. The
internals of the SD are so similar, I expect it to be no different
Kvjavs: Nevermind! I derped. Saw it in your other video, thanks!
tightshot88: It's safe to carry if a Glock is safe to carry.
ArmedCivy: I am no stranger to derping! If you saw my 'Friendly competition' vid, I
just totally lose my mind! Oh well, it happens.
Kvjavs: I'd love to buy this gun, but I really do like the short trigger rest on
the Sig or Glock :( Know if APEX will be releasing a trigger that will help
reduce the reset even more?
nuj69: looks like a updated version of their sigma series of pistol
vettelover2009: striker fired guns are roostered when the slide is pulled and released on a
live round in the chamber...they are ready to go from there on...no noises
except the bang out of the barrel