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Old 08-03-2020, 09:57 PM
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Picked up an SD40 on Friday. Was able to get a quick 30 min session in. Ran 50 rounds with no problems. Cant wait to go back!
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Nice SD.
Did you get it from Academy Sporting Goods?
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Nice gun. It's a shame that the SD Series is so looked down upon, but it seems like everyone is a trigger snob or otherwise has extremely weak fingers these days because apparently anything over 5lbs is too heavy.

I'm honestly glad that my first pistol was a Walther PPK/S .22 with a 17.5lb DA Trigger, otherwise I might have ended up snubbing a lot of great pistols myself.
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Nice gun. It's a shame that the SD Series is so looked down upon, but it seems like everyone is a trigger snob or otherwise has extremely weak fingers these days because apparently anything over 5lbs is too heavy.

I'm honestly glad that my first pistol was a Walther PPK/S .22 with a 17.5lb DA Trigger, otherwise I might have ended up snubbing a lot of great pistols myself.
I def like him. My first was my G2C. It's a difference in how the 2 feel when pulling the trigger...but nothing to get my draws bunched up...lol
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