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  • This gun versus SD9VE

    Asked 03/31/2019 09:23 PM CT
    by unnamed user in Hand Gun

    S&W M&P9C 9mm 4 Compact M2.0  15+1 S&W M&P9C 9mm 4 Compact M2.0 15+1
  • Can anyone tell me the difference between this and the Smith and Wesson SD9VE? They seem like the same gun, only 1 is grey and the other black... well except for the rail on bottom for accessories, but thats it. Can anyone tell me otherwise? Any help is appreciated!


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  • 03/31/2019 09:35 PM CT
    by Michael W - Lifetime Points: 1536 Best
  • Nathan, I own both the S&W SD9VE and M&P 2.0 Compact. The SD9VE is the value enhanced product. Materials used on slide and some internal parts are an alloy or MIM parts instead of machined steel or stainless steel. Also the treatment/coating of the slide is less expensive on VE model. Grip is nice, but less expensive to produce on the VE. Both good triggers. A little better take up and break on the M&P 2.0. Both are good shooters. Do you want to spend $300 or $500? I Love em' both.

  • 03/31/2019 09:47 PM CT
    by Richard C - Lifetime Points: 1485
  • Nathan - here are the features of the SD9VE - • SDT™ - Self Defense Trigger for Optimal, Consistent Pull First Round to Last - • Dovetailed, White Dot Sights • Standard, Picatinny-Style Rail • Ergonomic, Textured Grip • Textured Finger Locator - Aggressive Front and Back Strap Texturing • Distinctive Two-Tone Finish • Front and Rear Serrations Here are the features of the M&P 9C: • Three Interchangeable Grip Sizes • Stainless Steel Drift Adjustable Sights • Standard and Finger Groove Magazines Included • Scalloped Slide Serrations • Ambidextrous Slide Stop • High-strength polymer frame • Stainless steel chassis, barrel and slide • Picatinny-style rail • No thumb safety Both are good quality pistols. One just has more bells and whistles than the other. Sort of like comparing a Cadillac to a Chevy.