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Old 01-25-2010, 10:21 AM   #21
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The Sigma's an entry-level gun, and more comparable to the Ruger P-series than the SR9.
well it is funny you say that because the friend that had the Sigma sold it after he got a P-series and liked it so much more then the Sigma.
don't remember which one of the P-series it is but I think it cost less then the Sigma.

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well it is funny you say that because the friend that had the Sigma sold it after he got a P-series and liked it so much more then the Sigma.
don't remember which one of the P-series it is but I think it cost less then the Sigma.
Right, I'm just saying that both companies make guns for two different brackets. The P-series and the Sigma are lower-priced than the SR9 and the M&P, respectively. I didn't care for the Sigma, either, but I love my M&P.
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i located a report by Massad Ayoob which said and i quote "The trigger sucks"
did you feel the trigger had a long creep to it, or was "loose" causing less than optimum shooting?
I noticed this at first with my SR9, it seemed really long and almost kinda gritty. So I got online and tried to figure it out, a lot of people were commenting on how the trigger really smooths out after about 500 rounds and I think they are right. The trigger on my SR9 is much smoother now than it was the first time I went shooting.
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