Smith & Wesson SD40

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Summary: The description, specs, photo, pricing and user ratings for the Smith & Wesson SD40 pistol.

Manufacturer’s Description

The Smith & Wesson SD40 pistol is built on a polymer frame with a stainless slide and barrel, and it sports a black melonite finish. Features include:

  • a striker fired action;
  • a tritium front night sight;
  • a steel, white two-dot rear sight;
  • a self-defense trigger (SDT) for optimal, consistent pull first round to last;
  • a standard, picatinny-style rail;
  • a slim, ergonomic, textured grip;
  • a textured finger locator;
  • aggressive front and back strap texturing; and
  • front and rear slide serrations.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity OAL BBL Width Weight
.40 SW 14+1, 10+1 7.2″ 4″ 1.29″ 22.7


MSRP: $459

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One thought on “Smith & Wesson SD40

  1. Peter O.

    Why buy a Smith and Wesson M&P when you can get this…for the cost of a box or 2 of ammo less! The slide is an M&P and it sits on a Sigma frame…the Sigma frame has a nice, comfortable angle to it and feels good in the hand. Took about 400-500 rounds to break in and I wouldn’t trade it for the world! Owned a Sigma first and ditched it after getting tired of the ‘double-action’ feel to the trigger as well as the ‘plastic’ sights! The SD-40 has a Tritium front sight and I am getting an M&P Tritium rear sight. Well worth the money!

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