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    any reports on the SD9VE or the SD40VE

    Any interchangeable parts such as magazines springs, etc. Reports have it that the trigger pull is better than the sigma..... Inexpensive MSRP. $379.

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    as far as i know they just came out yesterday but smith says the trigger is 8 pds + or -. of course living in mass i won't be able to see one for a long time because they are not on the approved list and they will have to have a ten pd trigger pull to be sold here.

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    Just bought one yesterday (first BNIB Handgun Purchase!). The trigger feels very good and I think lighter than 8lbs... It is very smooth.

    Looking to shoot it this weekend I'll put up some pics, maybe a vid and get a little bit more in depth!
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    I had an SD9 in my hands this past weekend. They wanted only 329.00 for it, and/or the 40! Felt and looked
    great, especially at that cost! And yes, the trigger was NICE!!!

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    Oh yeah, I hear the mags are interchangable with the Sigma's.

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    Shot my new one this past weekend and it was really nice! Trigger was incredibly smooth and so was the gun shooting. Only problem I had was the shells kept ejecting right back at me but I believe this was to do with the ammo because I only noticed this with the Independence ammo I was shooting and not the remington.

    I believe all parts from the SD will be interchangeable with the new SDs

    Pops that was a steal of a deal! I got mine for $375!
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