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    For sale I have a Smith & Wesson .40 Sigma (S&W40VE) in near-mint condition. It has had approximately 800 rounds put through it in it's lifetime, and has served me as a good gun since I've had it. This gun is comfortable to conceal, is easy to fit a holster for if you want to open carry, and comes with two 14 round magazines (14+1) as well as the case, paperwork, and gun lock. I hate to give this gun up, because it was the first one I owned, but the fiancee said that I had to sell my current one in order to get my Glock. It has been cleaned after every fire and has been well maintained. It's DAO, and has a long trigger pull, but nothing worse than a typical revolver. Great gun overall, and I hate to see it go.

    Here are the technical specs.

    http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/w...egory_rn=15713


    MSRP: $458

    Asking: $350 OBO.
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    malignity wrote:
    For sale I have a Smith & Wesson .40 Sigma (S&W40VE) in near-mint condition. It has had approximately 800 rounds put through it in it's lifetime, and has served me as a good gun since I've had it. This gun is comfortable to conceal, is easy to fit a holster for if you want to open carry, and comes with two 14 round magazines (14+1) as well as the case, paperwork, and gun lock. I hate to give this gun up, because it was the first one I owned, but the fiancee said that I had to sell my current one in order to get my Glock. It has been cleaned after every fire and has been well maintained. It's DAO, and has a long trigger pull, but nothing worse than a typical revolver. Great gun overall, and I hate to see it go.

    Here are the technical specs.

    http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/w...egory_rn=15713


    MSRP: $458

    Asking: $350 OBO.
    Does serpa blackhawk make a retention holster for this model?
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    Apparently they do! I found this on another open carry thread. Follow the tiny URL.

    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum62/25544.html

    This one works for the S&W Sigma 9mm/.40 models. Fits newer VE models, which is what this is.

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    Is it the stainless or the matte black slide?

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    Stainless, looks just like the picture. The black slides are only in the older model Sigma's from what i understand.
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    MSRP might be $458, BUT you can find them everywere for $359 in 9mm and 40cal or $379 with polished slide in the 9mm and the 40cal with a $50 rebate so the sw40 ve cost BRAND NEW $309 ALLDAY, its worth $500 allday but it is allot less EVERWERE.

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    This has been sold for about 5 months now. This is why we don't bump old threads.

    I sold it for $325 on another site.

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