A longer barrel will yield better accuracy. But, for it's intended purpose (short range defense) the Sigma SW40VE does a good job at getting the job done. Many people have reported good accuracy and stated that they would stake their life on it as a concealed carry self defense pistol.
Moreover, why did Glock sues Smith Wesson?
In 1994, Glock sued Smith & Wesson for patent infringement after the American company produced a pistol that incorporated polymers. After three years of legal wrangling, Smith & Wesson agreed to pay a settlement and change its trigger design. In the year 2000 alone, Glock, Inc.
Beside above, what gun did Glock sues Smith and Wesson?
Legality. The Sigma series pistols were so similar to the competing Glock pistols that Glock sued Smith & Wesson for patent infringement. The case was settled out of court in 1997, with S&W agreeing to make alterations to the Sigma design and pay an undisclosed amount to Glock.
What does the VE stand for in sw40ve?
Feed system. Detachable box magazine. Sights. Dovetailed, White Dot front and rear sights. The Smith & Wesson SD VE is a polymer-framed, striker fired semi-automatic pistol series introduced in 2012 by the American company Smith & Wesson.
Does the Smith and Wesson sw40ve have a safety?
Is there a saftey on the sw40ve and wesson pistol. If you mean a manual safety that you switch on or off, no there is not. these are considered safeties, but most people refer to a safety as a switch that can be flipped on or off, and this particular gun does not have that type of manual safety.