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Old 12-21-2012, 04:47 AM   #1
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Hey anyone have a S&W sd9ve with mods I wanna work on my gun and trying to see what I can do thanks

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Old 12-21-2012, 04:56 AM   #2
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Put in an Apex trigger and night sights. Other than that your good.

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Put in an Apex trigger and night sights. Other than that your good.
Exactly what I did, plus the hogue palmswell grip and tac light depending on what method I carry
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Exactly what I did, plus the hogue palmswell grip and tac light depending on what method I carry
To be honest that's all the gun really "needs", I left mine stock.
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apex srping kit.

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I did a little polishing on the trigger group parts that meet but that's all.

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Then buy a wolf springs or just the springs from apex. It does make for a better trigger pull.

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I did the polishing while I had the frame apart to put the apex springs in. Felt like a different weapon after

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