Most people don’t know that in addition to their popular M&P line of striker-fired pistols, Smith & Wesson also makes a budget 9mm handgun, the SD9. Our review of the SD9 from back in 2012 is one of the most-read reviews at TTAG.

Now Smith has updated the SD9 with the new S&W SD9 2.0. It’s a compact-sized 16+1 gun with an MSRP under $350. Here’s their press release . . .

The perfect package for those looking for a “do-everything” handgun from the most trusted brand in firearms, without breaking the bank. Featuring an updated trigger and more aggressive slide serrations, the next generation of SD is built to do it all.

Offered in 9MM, the new generation of SD from Smith & Wesson offers brand new performance benefits at a budget friendly price.

The trigger in the SD 2.0 is an enhanced flat-face design, giving better feedback during the pull, break, and reset when shooting. 

The addition of new serrations on the slide gives you better surface area to manipulate the pistol.

The SD 2.0 offers an impressive 16+1 capacity in a utilitarian side, making it perfect for duty, home defense, concealed carry, or just a day on the range.

SD 2.0 offers white-dot sights and is compatible with standard SD accessories like holsters, lights, and lasers.

Everyone should have the right to self-protection. At $349 MSRP, the S&W SD9 2.0 provides a budget-friendly options to those looking to exercise their 2nd Amendment right, without breaking the bank.

Specifications:

CALIBER: 9MM

CAPACITY: 16+1

WIDTH: 1.29 in

LENGTH: 7.2 in

HEIGHT: 5.5 in

WEIGHT: 22.7 oz

BARREL LENGTH: 4 in.

SIZE: COMPACT

NUMBER OF MAGAZINES: 1

MSRP: $349

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