Smith & Wesson SD9VE

Smith & Wesson SD9VE

MSRP: $373.69

Used Price: $314.77 -0.59%

New Price: $371.28 +2.89%

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Specifications
Category Handguns
Weight 22.7 oz
Length 7.2"
Action Semi-Automatic
Caliber 9x19mm Parabellum
Capacity 16+1
Finish Duo-Tone
Gun Type Semi-Automatic Pistol
Sights 3 Dot
Barrel Length 4"
Smith & Wesson SD9VE Reviews

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Positive: 323 Mixed: 65 Negative: 36
richmack
richmack
May 07, 2019
richmack on Smith & Wesson SD9VE

I have had this firearm for about 5 years, put 2000+ rounds through it. Has eaten everything from cheap steel to Hornady Critacal duty. The trigger does take some time to get used to, 8.5 pound pull. Unfortunetly, it does effect accuracy. I have upgraded the guide rod and takedown plate. Will do the trigger soon. When I purchased this, M&P's were a solid $500. I was able to buy the 9mm & .40 for the price of 1 M&P. I have shot it clean/dirty, doesnt seem to mind either way. Very similar to a Gen 3 glock. I think it is a good entry level or novice gun. ...more

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Dale Bruce
Dale Bruce
Mar 11, 2020

Have 2K rounds on it and works great. Will shoot any brand of ammo, Does what it is designed for at a great price. Would buy again

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Dale Bruce
Dale Bruce
Mar 11, 2020

Have 2K rounds on it and works great. Will shoot any brand of ammo, Does what it is designed for at a great price. Would buy again

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Nathaniel Russell
Nathaniel Russell
Jan 30, 2020

Good for beginners since it's priced well and is simple to use. I've had problems with Browning ammo so be sure to test out different ammo to see what works best. The trigger is subpar and can lead to low left shooting. This can be corrected by emphasizing proper grip so in a way, it teaches new shooters how to properly shoot a gun accurately. ...more

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Nathaniel Russell
Nathaniel Russell
Jan 30, 2020

Good for beginners since it's priced well and is simple to use. I've had problems with Browning ammo so be sure to test out different ammo to see what works best. The trigger is subpar and can lead to low left shooting. This can be corrected by emphasizing proper grip so in a way, it teaches new shooters how to properly shoot a gun accurately. ...more

79
davidlynnhughes
davidlynnhughes
May 15, 2019

With over 4000 plus rounds of every kind of ammo no jams, no problems. Very accurate with Independence aluminum. Wish the trigger was 7lbs instead of 8. I love this gun.

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richmack
richmack
May 07, 2019

I have had this firearm for about 5 years, put 2000+ rounds through it. Has eaten everything from cheap steel to Hornady Critacal duty. The trigger does take some time to get used to, 8.5 pound pull. Unfortunetly, it does effect accuracy. I have upgraded the guide rod and takedown plate. Will do the trigger soon. When I purchased this, M&P's were a solid $500. I was able to buy the 9mm & .40 for the price of 1 M&P. I have shot it clean/dirty, doesnt seem to mind either way. Very similar to a Gen 3 glock. I think it is a good entry level or novice gun. ...more

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Jake
Jake
Dec 15, 2018
Definitely cheap

I bought this gun almost a year ago. I've been to the range with it a few of times now. I've put about 200 rounds through it with 3 people other than myself. No one who has shot my gun has been able to get the spread down to a reasonable level (at 9 feet away about 24 inches between the farthest 2 shots). Out of 16 shots, we're lucky to get all of them on paper and any 3 within 6 inches of each other. At first I thought it was because I'm terrible. I haven't shot many handguns to this point, so I figured it was me. I took a friend out who shoots as little more than me and he did equally bad. I took my wife out and she'd never shot before. Naturally she did terrible. At that point it was all but confirmed: we were just bad at it. But then I went out to the range with a friend who shoots all the time. He has 5 handguns now after seeing a few, reloads his own ammo, spends a bunch of time at the range, etc. With his guns (mostly compacts and subcompacts reading from 40 to 45) he and I could both shoot decently tight groups at 9 and 15 feet. We got my pistol out and we both did terrible. He missed the paper (8"x8"Target) half the time. I missed several altogether as well. The range safety officer actually asked me if I paid for the gun and told me it was one of the worst models S&W ever made. I don't know about that, but it sure shoots like garbage compared to other handguns that are a little more expensive. You can't beat the price if you're looking for a door gun for your truck. If you're using it for hobby shooting or planning on home defense, look elsewhere. ...more

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	  DarthVader71
DarthVader71
Nov 21, 2018

I love this gun, it never fails (in my experience) always accurate. The only negative I would give it is the trigger pull, it does take a while to get used to it, its very long..with that being said once you get used to it its a non issue. For the money I dont think you would find a better gun.

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SD9 yo
SD9 yo
Oct 29, 2018
Definitely recommend

I've ran about a thousand rounds through the SD9 and literally not a single misfire, failure to feed, or failure to eject. Just a great quality pistol. At first, the trigger pull doesn't feel too great if you're use to sensitive triggers, but once you get use to the reset point it's awesome. People buy really expensive firearms with triggers that do some of the shooting for them in my opinion. Be a good shooter with an extremely reliable firearm. And don't get me started on price point. I would take this over almost any firearm that cost way more, and I've owned a lot of firearms. I would easily pay $400 for the SD9. For the price of $300- $400, nothing compares, period. If you don't like the trigger at first, shoot a couple of hundred rounds with it to really get use to the reset and you'll love it. If not, then maybe you need a pistol with a trigger with "training wheels". At first I was shooting not as good of groups compared to shooting my M&P Shield, but now I'm hitting great groups from a lot further out. Highly recommend it. ...more

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