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S&W Sigma

Postby web » Wed Aug 16, 2006 12:22 am

outside of the lower price, does this gun hold up well?
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Postby CON-T » Tue Dec 19, 2006 11:16 pm

i traded sigma sw40ve for a p90 by ruger. ..no regrets. ive always loved .45acp. to me, the .40 was just a juiced up 9mm.theres nothing like a .45...
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Postby hardwired56 » Tue Jan 25, 2011 10:32 am

My wife bought one for me as a birthday gift. Got to tell you this is one of the smoothest shooting .40 cal pistols I've got. Eats any kind of ammo (fmj or jhp). While my wife doesn't especially like the heavier trigger pull, she says not having to fumble with a safety outweighs that issue. I like it because it is super easy to carry concealed. We got 2 stainless mags and a $50 rebate off a$299.00 sale price gun at Academy. Only real drawback is the flimsy case and the Chinese lock that was included. Otherwise this is a super reliable gun. We normally carry 165-180gr. JHPs from Federal and practice with lake city reloads. We've had it over a year now with over 500 rounds with no issues at all. Use lub sparingly!
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Postby Stblues » Sat Jan 29, 2011 9:35 pm

Hi yall. I have had my Sigma for a little over two years now. I have fired about 1800 rounds through it and only had one problem. Failure to eject once in the first 50 rounds. Possibly weak wristed. No other problems. The main complaint is the heavy trigger pull. It does not bother me cause I am also a revolver guy. Overall I really enjoy firing the weapon. Oops it's the 9mm.
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