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I purchased a S&W sd40 ve the clips rattle when loaded? not happy about it?

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Common problem with these clips. I just bought a new SD40 yesterday and both clips rattle. Nothing you can really do. I read on a forum where a guy swapped the lower place and spring from a glock 23 clip and it fixed it.

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