mustangkrillin: Oh yeah. I love my Springfield 1911. That's my EDC. I was wanting to get a Glock 22 but they are so damn expensive even used but then I found the Sigmas. I finally got a chance to run one today (SD9VE) and it was pretty awesome so I'm probably buying the 40 pretty soon.
jimmypop12003: could very well be =D i love the 1911 also! damn good pistol in my opinion!
mustangkrillin: I was doing some research on these cause I'm debating getting the 40. The grip angle is supposed to be pretty close to a 1911. Might be why it feels better in your hand.
mustangkrillin: Can't say for the SDVEs, but in Glocks it's just a snappier recoil in .40 S&W over 9mm. I'd imagine these would be the same.
mustangkrillin: For home defense, the lightest round possible is the best. Least penetration in walls. For everyday carry, any 9mm defensive round looks like it'll function if it would run that 20 year old Winchester ammo. I always advise people to ask their local law enforcement what they use and match that.
mustangkrillin: Would you say the Sigma has a stigma to it?
Ethan Wong: Omg all adults why!!!!
Ryan Ramsey: Bought my wife one a couple hours ago for home defense. We both love how it feels in the hand. They're up to $400 in my neck of the woods.
Ryan Young: Just picked one up today and really like it
King Six-String: I just love your review videos Mr Hickok, and now that i see the SD9 has your approval i'm definitely getting one. I've been thinking about it for a while but i think i'm finally sold.
Quick question though... if you had to recommend a certain grain bullet for this gun what would it be? (for self defense)
brijseeker: Just got one of these myself...thanks for your positive points on this.
dabNtx: Just save the extra 100-120$ and get a M&P, XD or Glock. If you can't wait go ahead and pick up the SD.. Great gun with a 'okay' trigger
Bob B: $320 and plenty in stock at our local Academy today.
matajesus4: different calibers.
Dutch1722: I hear the brass in the gravel. I bet you could gets some pounds out if you collected it.
Hendra Hidayat: This is a gun gun. I'll b getting this one for my 1st gun. Thank you very much for the review. I want to know if there's difference between this one and the S&W SD40VE.
jimmypop12003: i have had my sw sd9vwe for about 3 months and i really like it. 200= rounds with out a single fail. got some glock friends that like to poke fun at me but im not a glock fan, they just dont feel right. every single type of ammo has fed flawlessly. it carries just fine also!
Christine Francis: I just got this gun and I can't wait to use it.
Jim Nugent: Had the Sigma 9mm and sold it to get a Glock 19. This looks very interesting...
Mike L: Dude, we need to get together in shoot a bit.
Mike from NC
Matt Martin: "Planet Earth." Ahahaha. I love your vids Hickock!
Ravage ofive: I bought the sd9ve a couple weeks ago. Great gun. Eats anything you want to feed it.
Kirk Daillest: hickok.. i watch almost all of ur vids and thankyou.ther insperational.and u remind me so much of my grandpa..thanks for the vids.
Silas J: Have you shot many HP's through the SD9VE?
Silas J: I'm thinking about getting the sd9ve. Do you recommend them?
erik spence: i got the sd40ve and its great and well rounded gun
LSFprepper: I've actually been looking into getting one of these. Had to come and see if you've done a review and sure enough!
polian78: Already done, a few times :) Search the channel.
polian78: Of course, it should feed any 9mm Luger round.
MrRick0234: Get the sw 500 magnum
Nic Skeptic: sd9ve vs sd40ve
mmorales421: Ty for the vid :)
georgeterro: will 115gr ammo work ok in this gun please help me with a answer ..thank you sir
Kirk Simmel Sr: Made in the U.S.A.
TommyboyGTP: Shield was not recalled. It was nothing more than a safety notice. Nearly all of them, including mine, checked out fine. You're good to go if you want to buy one.
georgeterro: please tell me what you think about shoting nato winchester rds through this hand gun
Taitia L. Elliott: Went to look at the Shield today and was told they were all recalled. I liked the feel of the SD9.
TommyboyGTP: That's what they sell for where i'm at. Some places might be a bit more, but most of them are right at 300 dollars.
Adam Markel: how much are people paying for an SD9? i saw one for 299
Earl Mansfield: For just home defense or target shooting I would go with the SD9. You can carry it but the Shield would be easier to conceal but might not be as fun to do a lot of shooting with. I have the SD40 and love it......You might want to check out the new (Don't laugh) Taurus PT111 G2. I have been reading and seeing great things about it. It's a little larger than a shield and smaller than a SD and holds 12rds.
underover1566: why 14 days? waiting period?
firfighter1830: I just picked one up today. LOVE IT I have not shot it yet hopefully tomorrow
Leoji67: Which would you choose between the S&W Shield 9mm and the SD9VE
Xander Walsh: Only 14 days?
chefantor87: Just bought one on Monday the 9 and only have to wait 14 days till I can pick it up I'm super excited to get it
Antjames62: he is AWESOME
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Pack N Relax Tactical: Hey Hickok, I heard you say something about Virginia, are you from VA?, I am from Lynchburg,va.