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Old 10-31-2010, 03:32 AM   #41
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I have owned a High Point. I still own a Sigma. Sigma wins hands down. However, if you add one more economical pistol, I would mention the Ruger P95. It is a 15 round 9mm. I like the trigger a lot better than the Sigma. I have put a crap load of ammo through mine. No problems what-so-ever. For the money it is a good gun.
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Old 10-31-2010, 08:34 AM   #42
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Good choice on the S&W, I have a sigma in .40 and I like it alot. I actualy like the trigger, and am very accurate with it, I own a few 1911's and other pistols but I carry the sigma, just my 2 cents. Again congrats on the new pistol and remember to be safe!!!! Also post a range report and let us klnow how you did.
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i will do that. hopefully get to go tomorrow but so far love the weight looks and the feel of it
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All that and not even a picture.
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You shouldn't pay more than $150 for a hipoint tax included
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ill try and upload pics soon as pos. ive been meaning to ask, i was told there was a proper break in procedure and jus wondering the case on that
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I'd recommend the Sigma! It's a nice gun. You can get accessories for it. It's cheap to feed. It's easy to clean. It's affordable.

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You did well buying the Sigma. The heavy trigger pull is it's main negative attribute. Once you get used to it then you will be a better shooter. It will train you to tame the trigger pull with proper technique. If you can't shoot a Sigma straight it is because you don't have proper trigger technique. You will have to practice pulling the trigger straight back and not jerking it to the left & low. Most new Sigma owners swear that their gun sights are off because of the "low & left" shots. It's not the sights it's the trigger pull.

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