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Old 07-27-2012, 03:23 AM   #41
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Why would you compare them? Youcan buy two sigmas for one glock. I would rather have two sigmas. Damn right. I said it. Ill put my sigma 9mm up against a g17 any day. Only thing is no 33rd mags
Well said... They are targeted to different market segments.. The Sigma and now SDVE are affordable well made and accurate. Around $325 new!! Glocks are legendary but new ones cost $550 or more!!

If you wanted to compare Sigmas and SDVE to anything I would say a Ruger P95 would be more market related. Thats a YouTube video Id watch!


After all Id take a Sig 226 over a HiPoint any day
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The SDVE's trigger is WAY better! It's 4lbs lighter and it seems they improved on the ergonomics as well. At least from what I can tell.

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The SDVE's trigger is WAY better! It's 4lbs lighter and it seems they improved on the ergonomics as well. At least from what I can tell.
It's much better over all, but they have not been given the "sigma" title, just the price
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A warranty is great but I can't send it back in the middle of a firefight.. Mine has went back 3x to replace cracked extractor... But it was my 1st

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I am going stand and say the only thing i dont like about my .40 sigma is how inaccurate it is. Its really bad. But it has no problems execpt that and i shoot it a lot. My buddies kel tec pf9 did not perform near as well. So it just depends on what your looking for in a gun. I like the M&P Sheild better but hey the sigma is a good gun

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Ive own the sdve and the model before that and after the trigger mod it was smoother. The bad thing i have to say about it is i was not accurate with it. Im more of a revolver guy i got rid of my sigma and bought a charter arms 44 special. I do own one semi auto and its a 1911. Im spot on accurate with it.

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The SDVE's trigger is WAY better! It's 4lbs lighter and it seems they improved on the ergonomics as well. At least from what I can tell.
my sigma has a 4lb trigger after a free 10 minute upgrade
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