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Old 08-17-2011, 10:41 PM   #31
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i got a Sigma 9 as my first handgun and yet to see why people talk mad **** about it yeah ok it isnt the most accurate gun in the world but i have no problems keeping my spread close together and yeah the trigger pull is a little long but go out and shoot some more guns and work your little finger muscle some I love it and shoot it all the time, so easy to take apart and clean I love it will never get rid of it! post pix soon when I get my light on it

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Old 08-19-2011, 03:19 AM   #33
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I think 90% of the hate given to the sigmas is because of the first models. A good friend of mine has an early one and yes I hate it. The newer ones while not as good as the M&P are good guns. I have had no problems with mine even firing the same ammo that would stovepipe in my friends gun and my gun has even seen more abuse than his.

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Old 08-19-2011, 03:41 AM   #34
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I keep posting this picture BECAUSE I'M PROUD OF THIS GUN. Over 2000 rounds through it so far and not a misfire. Can hit an 8x11" target at 50' 15 out of 17 rounds and this is my first pistol. All this for just over $500

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Old 08-19-2011, 03:43 AM   #35
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I may be able to hit the target at 50+ feet, but I practice at 10-15'. I do read what the veterans on this forum write.

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oOo I like it in black

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Old 08-28-2011, 06:14 PM   #37
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I have a 40 cal sigma for a house pistol and did some trigger lwork to it. Changed the stricker spring to a wolf and did some polishing and cutting in the trigger assemble and shoots well with a 6lb trigger pull. Good low cost handgun.

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Old 08-28-2011, 10:20 PM   #38
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id like throw my hat into this group,im a owner of a good shape Sigma SW9VE...its my 1st pistol and i love it..i gotta work on its accuracy but thats a process i'll do once im back in PA.Is a great gun,good mag capacity,in the right hands(not mine),accurate..over all well worth the money..i shoot Remington and Luger ammo through it and its flawless,as was said the trigger pull is long and heavy but im gonna do the trigger fix once i have the money..hopefully fix that.Id really love some accessories(rubber grip,laser sight,acc. rail,etc) but most of that sh!ts expensive. love the gun though.

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To do the trigger is cheap. Order a reduced hammer spirng from Wolff springs, under 4.00 bucks plus a buck or two for shipping. Then you can follow you tube video's to help get the idea of what to do. I cut both spring outer more than inner spring in the rear assemble ,take out the spring and do some polishing on 1200 grit oiled sandpaper on the rest of the moveing parts,sear, transferbar. Works pretty good now and they are as accurate as a m&p will be. Just not as good a trigger. Even super glued a rubber bump to the back side of the trigger guard ,behind the trigger as a over travel bump.

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The sigmas aren't all that bad. The new ones have come a long way. The biggest strike against them is that they cost a lot less, so people assume they are cheap. They arent the finest pistol out there, but they have a place.

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