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

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  1. carver45

    carver45 Member

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

    Nice purchase, man.
     
  4. carver45

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    I got a m&p .45 about a month ago and I love it..
     
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    HAHAHA check and mate. with nagants hitting over 20lbs of DA trigger pull.
     
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    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.
     
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    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!
    -bix
     
  9. carver45

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    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.
     
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    From what I've heard swapping out your current trigger spring with a Glock #4 trigger spring will solve that.
     
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    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.
     
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    For the money, Sigma's are fine guns. Every one I've ever shot was accurate and reliable.
     
  13. Ala Dan

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    Congrat's

    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~!
     
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    I'm considering one in .40 as a truck gun if I don't find the Ruger in my signature.
     
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    Hmm...Nagant revolver... I think you have me. I think the Sigma is only rated at about 12 pounds.
     
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    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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