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    SD9VE

    Just purchased the SD9VE. Waiting on permit to clear. I was wondering if anyone knows what the VE stands for? I couldn’t find it on the S&W website.

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    Self Defense 9 Value Enhanced

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    Self Defense 9 Value Enhanced

    Well then I certainly got enhanced value. They took my S&W Model 19 357 magnum made in the mid to late 80s. Gave me $200 for it and applied it to the SD9. Ended up paying only $189 out the door. Yes, it was a brand spanking new pistol too. Only problem now is getting rid of 212 rounds of 38 Special.😂

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    You could give the .38 rounds to the gun shop. They could dispose of it or resell it if new factory stuff.

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    Well, they saw you coming. The SD9VE usually only sells for about $289 to start with while a model 19 from the mid to late 80's sells for $500 and up

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    Yep.I think you paid too much

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    Well, they saw you coming. The SD9VE usually only sells for about $289 to start with while a model 19 from the mid to late 80's sells for $500 and up

    Yea in hindsight I think I agree. I won’t be going back to that store again. Not even going to buy ammo from the store when I pick up the gun up. I thought about canceling the order but then I’d already lost the 357 and more than likely wouldn’t get it back for 200. Even 250. I should have listened to my instincts as the guy kept telling me all the other places I mentioned I went to are crooks. Right, EVERYBODY ELSE is a crook but you buddy, right? Lol Well live and learn. Thanks for confirming I’m a sucker... 😂
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    Quote Originally Posted by amar711 View Post
    Well, they saw you coming. The SD9VE usually only sells for about $289 to start with while a model 19 from the mid to late 80's sells for $500 and up

    Yea in hindsight I think I agree. I won’t be going back to that store again. Not even going to buy ammo from the store when I pick up the gun up. I thought about canceling the order but then I’d already lost the 357 and more than likely wouldn’t get it back for 200. Even 250. I should have listened to my instincts as the guy kept telling me all the other places I mentioned I went to are crooks. Right, EVERYBODY ELSE is a crook but you buddy, right? Lol Well live and learn. Thanks for confirming I’m a sucker...
    Sir. You are not a sucker, you made a mutual deal. What sucks is they didn’t treat you right with advice, but we all have to do research mate. Getting back to your now new SD9VE it’s basically a Glock 19, with slight differences.. shoot it in good health mate, gritty long trigger to start, put 500 through it and chalk it down to experience mate..

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    If the OP enjoys his new shooter and shoots it well, good for him! My wife has one. I'd recommend investing in the Apex trigger. After that, he'll have an even better pistol! In any case, get to the range and dial it in!!
    Last edited by Longhorn; 10-05-2019 at 07:42 PM.


 
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