Do you have any pictures?Sentry18 said:Definitely underrated in the market. People equate them to the SW9VE but they are a better made gun in every way. They are actually a hybrid of the Sigma design and the M&P. I have the original SD9 and the newer SD9VE. Both are excellent shooters and are 100% reliable. Very similar in size to the G19 but feel slimmer and has MUCH better ergonomics.
I installed an Apex spring kit in each of mine. Smoothed out the trigger and dropped the weight from approx, 8lbs to 5.75lbs. A noticeable improvement and WELL worth the $20 bill per kit. Some polishing made the trigger even nicer.
Where did you find an extended mag and how many rounds does it hold?Sentry18 said:This is my original SD9 after the trigger upgrades but before I installed the new sights. I will try and get some new pics of the SD9 and SD9VE together in their current configuration.
This is my SD9VE. I started with a set of TruGlo TFO's for an M&P on it, but they just didn't trip my trigger. So I went back to Warren Tactical sights.
Also, on a side note, the MecGar +2/3 adapters for the Beretta 92 fit these mags nicely. I would not use them for defensive purposes without more testing, but so far they have worked just fine at the range.
I paid around $325 for my SD's, but now they are selling for around $375 locally with two 16 round magazines.
Galloway Precision is working on a spring kit to compete with Apex that claims to be even better. I can tell you that some polishing also does wonders for the trigger.
I will also add that my MGW M&P sight tool works on the SD series like it was made for it. Makes swapping sights uber easy and you can rent them from Speed Shooter Specialties.