S&W SD40 VE 40SW 4" Two Tone 10rd

Price: $360.00
SKU: SW-123403
MPN: 123403
UPC: 022188234039
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The SD40 VE features a 4" barrel, stainless slide, black polymer frame and utilizes a striker fired action.

Features
SDT™ 8 lb. (+/-) Self Defense Trigger for Optimal, Consistent
Pull First Round to Last CA Compliant
Tactile Loaded Chamber Indicator
Dovetailed, White Dot Sights
Standard, Picatinny-Style Rail
Ergonomic, Textured Grip
Textured Finger Locator
Aggressive Front and Back Strap Texturing
Distinctive Two-Tone Finish
Front and Rear Serrations

Specifications
Caliber .40 S&W
Capacity 10 Rounds
Action Striker Fired
Barrel Length 4.0”
Front Sight White Dot
Rear Sight Fixed 2-Dot
Overall Length 7.2”
Weight 22.7 oz.
Grip Polymer
Frame Material Polymer
Slide Material Stainless Steel
Barrel Material Stainless Steel
Finish Two-Tone
California Compliant Yes


Important note about our photos
While we make every effort to ensure that our product photos are accurate, manufacturers occasionally change the design of components such as triggers, sights, or magazines without notice. Also, modifications to the firearm or component may be required in order to meet specific state compliance requirements. While we make every effort to accurately describe and illustrate the item you are going to receive, there may be visual differences on various components that do not affect functionality.

Restrictions
Federal law requires that you be 21 years of age or older to purchase a handgun, frame or receiver. To purchase a shotgun or rifle, you must be 18 years of age or older. 18 U.S.C. Section 922(b)(1).

As required by federal law, this item may only be shipped to a dealer with a valid Federal Firearms License. If you do not specify the name and shipping address of your dealer, your order will be delayed.
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California Residents
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

 


Customer Reviews

(4.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 1
1. on 10/10/2016, said:
4 stars out of 5
The SD is only 1 of 2 models available in KALIFORNISTAN made by Smith. I was working in gun shop for awhile and couldn't give an opinion on this gun because I never fired one. I picked one up and hit range straight out of the box. OMG POS, trigger pull was horrendous, grouping at 15 yards was probably about 8 inches. As with standard Glocks I was low/left out of the box. It was also finicky on ammo brand. I took it home and put an Apex trigger, and spring upgrade kit on it. The next morning I hit the range and grouping was easily cut in half. I moved the rear sight a little and adjust my point of aim, I can hit center or close consistently. Depending on ammo it will stovepipe, fail to feed or eject. After a couple thousand rounds it will be more tolerant. Smith was sued by Glock for using this design, it is very similar. Now after all is said and done I have this pistol shooting as well as my Glocks, but is has cost me over $700.00 to do so. If you want a Glock but can't afford one yet, save up a few more paychecks. You'll save money on ammo, my Glocks shoot anything right out of the box. I will keep this gun, it is a good range gun, but I would never carry it. I got a Sigma 9mm barrel for it and also shoot 9mm with it. It's worth the price as a shooter, and training pistol. I wouldn't bet my life on it unless you like practicing 'FAILURE DRILLS'. Spend a little extra and get a Glock 17 or 22.
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