TheTruth: I have had the SD 9ve for just over a year now, usually shoot a box once a week. (and my AR on a different day of the week) The white dot on the front sight FELL OUT of the indentation. Since I hated the 3 dot system I was planning on replacing them anyway so it gave me an excuse to buy Ameriglo I-Dot night sights. They are really nice. All ammo except Remington UMC has worked, the UMC wouldn't eject properly, it seemed to not have enough pressure to operate the slide. It's real dirty ammo too. TUL had a few misfires, again not the gun's problem. I also replaced the trigger with the Apex kit. DOES ANYONE KNOW IF THE M&P BARREL WILL FIT THE SD9??? or is there an SD9 barrel available???? Thanks
Kevin Campion: Is the M&P replacement you used the same height? The gun shoots slightly low as it is and don't want it to get any worse.
Kris Gann: Could you make a video on all upgrade options for this gun
thomas sorrells: are the stock sights adjustable? I have the sd40ve. I don't see any screw holes or any way to adjust. I've put 700 or so rounds through it. I tend to shoot low and left with it
rene sherrod: I have recently purchased the sd40ve. I am having an ejection issue! I was using cheap federal rounds. Have not been back to the range with better ammo yet. Any input??
street75 lafayettestreetcars: what a lame ass yuppie kitty with a gun.ashamed to b seen with it? idiot ass nerd with a gun thinks he's cool then rich then funny.none of the above.boring ass blah boy
Mgruz13: The "BJ Machine" comment killed me.
357mag pwr: have u have problem with it failure to feed
Eztli Ixtli: which is caliber is better for home defense the 40 or 9mm?
Marcus Bagley: -I need a front sight for my S&W 40ve, can you sell me 1 please
lance roberts: cheap maybe reliable yes. you could arm 10 men for a lot less than 2 grand. I'm thinking sight upgrades are awesome but just because it's cheaper than the m&p that its a white trash gun, no sir. i have the same but in 9mm and have not had any problems with this weapon. m&p fit mine the sd9ve?
wingmanalive: I'm buying this gun in 9mm as my first handgun. I've done my homework extensively on it and have seen so much more positive responses than negative. It's basically a Glock knock off but $250 cheaper. In about a $40-$50 investment in the sights and trigger spring it's a no brainer of a choice IMO. Ok, now for the hate. Not from me but from all those who truly believe something is worth what you pay for it. My brother in law just dropped $600 on a Glock 17 and while it's a good gun I'm having a hard time justifying the price difference. This is the realist in me so spare me the blind rage if you're a Glock worshiper. It's a pound and a half of steel and plastic, why does it cost $600? I mean a $99 cordless drill has more precision moving parts than a handgun yet is 1/6 the price. I've heard all the arguments, that a drill won't save your life and that the upper end gun manufacturers invest into their product. Again though, it's just a gun. My Brother in law's Glock looks like the S&W, feels like a S&W, shoots like a S&W and even has similar build quality. His Glock 17 also has a polymer handle frame as the S&W. They tear down the same and have almost the same reliability, having most issues related to ammo choice. So while you say you're almost embarrassed to be seen with this gun in public ask yourself why. Since when is S&W a junk name? They made the M&P which also shares many similarities. I'm just excited to finally get into enjoying my 2nd amendment right which in NJ is almost impossible to do.
Buck Burnette: will this sight fit the SD9VE my gun shoots low left looks like you can adjust the sights with the screw you were tighting done on the new sight bring the poa up and adjust windage also I'm I correct????. Help
azntactical: i added some meprolights to my sigma. i should of left the rear sight as was because it was a rewasgood tight fit. instead ended up taking it off to shave it down a bit and took a little to much off. hopefully red loctite will hold it in place.
Framk Pryor: Nice..! I have been checking the SD40 out myself. I like it, thanks for the rear site update, liked the improvements you did for a buck. Good to know M&P is interchangeable 👍
arenaseparabe: WILL IT FIT THE SD9 VE AS WELL?THANKS VERY RESPECTFULLY,HUGO MELCHOR USN RET DISABLED VETWHATS IS THE ORDER PART NUMBER?
Richie Wash: Have you shot your pistol since you've replaced the rear sight? How'd it shoot?
Matt Root: love my sd 40! freak glocks! and yea I owned a glock it was hideous! this gun is sexy!
Kushest: I agree with the rear sight being pretty cheap. When I bought my sd9 last year it was only about $100 cheaper than a glock 19. I like the idea of the gun being cheaper because of things like that plastic sight because in most cases wether you have a glock or m&p or similar you'll change sights anyway. Why pay more in your initial purchase of a gun for parts that you would change anyway. I'm not rich and though I would love to be can't afford to be a gun collector. That's why I chose the SD. it's a affordable gun to customize and when you do it pays off.
Alty: Wow it really "bugs" you? Your a kitty it looks and functions the same, you shouldn't own firearms.