S&W Sigma series pistol for 280.00?
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Old 02-22-2008, 01:48 AM   #1
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Gander Mt. is having a sale this weekend and in their ad they have a s&w sigma series .40 or 9mm for 280.00 afer 50.00 mail in rebate. is this a good deal? Anybody own one of these? It also comes with 2 clips when you mail in for the rebate.

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Old 02-22-2008, 01:54 AM   #2
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good deal, I own two S&W's.
Just took advantage of that promo, and picked up the M&P .40 compact.
Two free mags & $50 rebate.
Can't really go wrong with Smith & Wesson plus there american made!!!

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sigma's not a bad handgun, we sell them new for about 329 before rebate so thats about right, if your used to shooting other pistols the trigger you wont like, it pulls long and all the way to the rear of the trigger guard and is spongy as hell, and thanks to s&w is not adjustable either

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how does it compare to the sprigfield xd? Besides the price difference.

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how does it compare to the sprigfield xd? Besides the price difference.
A Springfield XD has a better fit and finish, is more accurate and has a much better trigger. The trigger pull on a Sigma is extremely long. Save your money.
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Adventure Outdoors, a gun store in Atlanta, is selling Sigmas for $259 - BEFORE rebate.

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As previously mentioned, better deals can be had. I would think 260-280 prior to rebate to be a good deal. They are not as well fit as a Glock or XD, but are now a reliable and well made sidearm. Trigger pull is akin to a DA revolver when new and tend to get better with usage. Good gun for the money, backed by a good warranty if something should go wrong. I picked up another SW9GVE this week for 229 after rebate, plus they threw in 50 rnds of +P.

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i bought mine at the moutain also gun is ok but everyone is right about trigger pull pretty much sucks save another 200 clams and get an M&P

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