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Old 10-22-2013, 01:13 PM   #31
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Please report back Hoss, going to be making a purchase for HD this week sometime and the SD is in the running.
After a few mags with no problems I like it- light, balanced, fits my hand & points natural for me- Another box or two I think i'll trust it
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I really like mine also. Every time I shoot it is better than the last. Runs everything I feed it.

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Old 10-22-2013, 01:40 PM   #33
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Wishing I would of got the 9 instead of the 40! Bit more bite than I care for in the 40! Remarkably light for a higher capacity gun! Overall I'm satisfied for what I bought it for(Home Watch Dog)!

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You'll grow into the recoil.

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I love my 9 it is light and reliable I use it as a carry gun

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I picked one up last October for the wife. Nice gun for the money. I picked up a Ruger SR9c a few weeks before this; I like the Ruger much more but won't complain about the SD9VE...shoots great right out of the box.

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Old 01-14-2014, 10:22 PM   #37
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After a few mags with no problems I like it- light, balanced, fits my hand & points natural for me- Another box or two I think i'll trust it
Didn't happen--
Bye SD9VE
Top 3 threads are all about the SD9VE----Somebody have a give away & didn't tell me
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