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Old 04-17-2017, 10:58 AM
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Posted earlier about my FIL giving my his SW40VE. Besides the terrible trigger what can you tell me about this weapon? Ser. # DSH2366. Thanks all.
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Old 04-17-2017, 11:11 AM
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It was not designed or priced to be a target pistol.

We just had my SW40VE out at the farm shooting about three weekends ago. Afterwards, I cleaned it up, loaded it and put it back in the truck.

I have several. The oldest was acquired about two decades ago. All have been perfectly reliable.
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Old 04-17-2017, 11:35 AM
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Is something wrong with the trigger?
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Old 04-17-2017, 11:49 AM
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If the gun goes boom when the trigger is pulled, IMO, that is a great trigger. Most people will adapt to a heavier trigger pull if they shoot the gun enough.
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I guess I'm just used to a hammer fired 1911 types.
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I guess I'm just used to a hammer fired 1911 types.
I am currently carrying a Star Super A, so I understand what you are saying. But I also carry DA revolvers, a 12 pound trigger is good to me. I have one revolver a Colt Police Positive, manufactured in 1911, with a 17 pound trigger, it shoots great.

Shoot it, you will get used to it.
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Anyone have date of manufacture?
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Anyone have date of manufacture?
Is there any chance that your FIL gave you the original box?

98% of the time, the box will have the exact Date of Manufacture on it coded under "SPEC ORD"

Going from serial number lists I would guesstimate that one to be around 2008
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I do have box and all the papers. I'll check it out. Thanks
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