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new sigma

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by carver45, Feb 25, 2008.

  1. carver45

    carver45 Member

    I went and got my new smith & wesson sw40ve (sigma) 40cal yesterday, got to squeeze some rounds through it today, 100 rounds to start with & no problems.:)
    trigger pull is strong...
  2. FieroCDSP

    FieroCDSP Well-Known Member

    Congrats on your purchase!!! Should have went with the M&P, though :D

    For an inexpensive gun, the Sigma can't be beat. The trigger pull sucks, but if you have a background in Double Action revolvers, it's not that bad. Rest assured, by the time you get used to that trigger pull, you'll be able to shoot the stiffest double-action out there.
  3. Eightball

    Eightball Well-Known Member

    You're saying he can shoot that Nagant revolver just fine? Whoa...

    Nice purchase, man.
  4. carver45

    carver45 Member

    I got a m&p .45 about a month ago and I love it..
  5. Hoppy590

    Hoppy590 Well-Known Member

    HAHAHA check and mate. with nagants hitting over 20lbs of DA trigger pull.
  6. carver45

    carver45 Member

  7. carver45

    carver45 Member

    I looked at pros & cons on the sigma before the purchased it, but thought if it stot half as good as my m&p i'd be satisfied.
  8. biscuitninja

    biscuitninja Well-Known Member

    I've been wanting to get one, and I've heard/read that a Glock #4 trigger spring fixes the stiff trigger. Anyways let see some picks and some range reports!
  9. carver45

    carver45 Member

    well, at first it felt as if it wus shooting to the left, but I think it wus just me tryin to get the fill of the gun.
  10. NWdude83

    NWdude83 Well-Known Member

    From what I've heard swapping out your current trigger spring with a Glock #4 trigger spring will solve that.

    QUICK_DRAW_McGRAW Well-Known Member

    i had the sigma and loved it, but my brother in law wanted a pistol for HD so i sold it to him with over 200rands, holster, 2 mags for $280. i only put 100rounds through it and i loved it. but i love my revolver now and i still enjoy the strong trigger pull.
  12. panther22

    panther22 Well-Known Member

    For the money, Sigma's are fine guns. Every one I've ever shot was accurate and reliable.
  13. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam


    Did you receive your coupon for the $50 cash rebate + 2 free magazines,
    with a copy of your paid receipt~? ;)

    *FootNote: Offer from Smith & Wesson is good thru April 30th-08~!
  14. novaDAK

    novaDAK Well-Known Member

    I'm considering one in .40 as a truck gun if I don't find the Ruger in my signature.
  15. FieroCDSP

    FieroCDSP Well-Known Member

    Hmm...Nagant revolver... I think you have me. I think the Sigma is only rated at about 12 pounds.
  16. Seafarer12

    Seafarer12 Well-Known Member

    I hear you can remove the spring with the pigtails and that will lighten up the trigger and its free.

    I am not a fan of them but I will admit it is a hard deal to pass up for a beater truck gun.

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