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Old 04-10-2020, 01:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Mmanny432 View Post
So I'm seeing alot of stuff on s&w .40's. Mainly what I'm wondering is there a difference in a smith and wesson SD40VE and SD40? Mine just says SD40 on the side. What would be the difference if there is one?
I think the VE means value enhanced maybe? They are bare stainless slides. The others are stainless with melonite/armornite treatment which is a chemical hardening of the slide that side effect is blackening it.

Back in the Sigma days, the standard Sigmas had the Melonite finish and the Sigma 40V or 9V were bare stainless.

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