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Won a S&W sigma

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by mr_blove, Oct 28, 2007.

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  1. mr_blove

    mr_blove Member

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    Last night I was at dinner and got a phone call from my local firearms store telling me I won a new pistol:what:. The previous week I went to the range and filled out a entry form while I was there, paydirt.
     
  2. Deer Hunter

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    Nice!

    What's your plans for it?
     
  3. Jorg Nysgerrig

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    Which local store was it?
     
  4. mr_blove

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    It was a Impact Guns, I dont know what I am going to do with it, I carry a .45 and like stocking only one caliber so there is a chance I will sell it to modify my current firearms.
     
  5. JP from Phoenix

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    I'd sell the sigma and either put improvements on some of my other guns or trade it in for something else. Thats sweet though, free stuff is always cool
     
  6. possum

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    that is awesome, i never win anything. congrats
     
  7. MD_Willington

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    Way to go! I hope I win Lotto someday! But If I won a pistol, I would still be cery happy.
     
  9. Walkalong

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    You lucky dog you. Congrats.
     
  10. Library Guy

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    ...and second prize was two Sigmas?
     
  11. lee n. field

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    Free gun, what's not to like?
     
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    Great! Congrats

    No matter what they say about the Sigma, you can't say anything bad about a free one. I had a Sigma 40VE for a while and other than being picky about ammo and having a lousy trigger the gun wasn't all that bad.

    Still I think if I won a Sigma I'd sell it and put the money towards other things.
     
  13. mr_blove

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    Yeah that what we(me and my girlfriend) are going to do, sell it and put the money towards remodeling our bathroom:banghead:. I would like to equip my 10/22 with a heavy barrel and thumbhole stock but the bathroom needs to get done.
     
  14. MPanova

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    how much ya want for it :D
     
  15. mr_blove

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    Well I already have a "buyer" my girlfriend's mom's boyfriend(everyone got that?) is going to do the tile work and a plumbing in trade for it.
     
  16. DougW

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    Plumbing and tile for a Sigma? You done GOOD!!!!
     
  17. mr_blove

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    Well I just picked it up, it is a .40 with 2 14 rd mags.:)
     
  18. denfoote

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    Ya done good on both counts!!
    Winning the Sigma and finding it a good home!!
     
  19. Bridger

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    You won a Sigma? Sorry to hear that :barf:

    Just teasing, though I'd sell it off to fund something else...:uhoh:
     
  20. ABTOMAT

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    It's too bad they left out the "t" when they started marketing these.
     
  21. highrider

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    :rolleyes:
     
  22. Srigs

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    Congrats on the new 9 or 40VE. I use a 40VE for HD with never a failure in 4k+ rounds. Enjoy
     
  23. TimboKhan

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    Got nothing against Sigmas, but your definitely getting the better end of the bargain on this one.
     
  24. spencerhut

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    I won a Les Baer Premier II at a match in August, they are still building it. Talk about slow torture.:barf:
     
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    You must not like your mom's boyfriend very much:uhoh: Maybe they got that striker assembly super malfunction fixed. I will not buy another one to find out.
     
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