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Old 01-16-2012, 02:43 AM   #11
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Just for a photo light not included nor owned
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Old 01-16-2012, 05:43 AM   #12
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Here are mine. I own 2 both 40's nuff said.
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Old 01-16-2012, 07:46 AM   #13
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That might be a very good 40 cal for me to purchase in the future because my first handgun is going to be a 9mm.
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Old 01-16-2012, 08:48 PM   #14
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I have a silly question. Do yours lock back on empty? Mine does not. I ran four mags through it today, and all four times it did not lock back.
Is this just how this pistol is, or do I have a problem?
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I have a silly question. Do yours lock back on empty? Mine does not. I ran four mags through it today, and all four times it did not lock back.
Is this just how this pistol is, or do I have a problem?

Yes, I shot 3 mags today and all 3 locked backed.

I put on a different recoil spring today and wasn't sure how it would perform, but except for one time going back into DA unexpectedly, it was fine.

It's pretty confusing as to which recoil spring to order when you look at Sig's site. I ended up getting it from Midway for 4 bucks anyway.

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Old 01-16-2012, 09:36 PM   #16
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I have never had it not lock back before. Mine is chambered in 9mm but also I've been told to watch your grip the slide release is light not saying its your prob but could help
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I contacted Sig CS and talked with an awsome guy. He told me to break it in with 200 rounds. He also told me the Winchester 115gr ammo I was using is loaded light, and that I should use Remington or Speer 124gr. He did tell me to watch my grip, or even try shooting it left handed, just to see if I was hitting the slide stop lever.
I have not made it back out to try these things yet.
I do say that I am very impressed with how it shot though. I have one group of 4 shots that can be covered with a quater. I shot this group from 21 feet.
I like the gun, and I am happy with my purchase.
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Here it is in diamond plate.
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I contacted Sig CS and talked with an awsome guy. He told me to break it in with 200 rounds. He also told me the Winchester 115gr ammo I was using is loaded light, and that I should use Remington or Speer 124gr. He did tell me to watch my grip, or even try shooting it left handed, just to see if I was hitting the slide stop lever.
I have not made it back out to try these things yet.
I do say that I am very impressed with how it shot though. I have one group of 4 shots that can be covered with a quater. I shot this group from 21 feet.
I like the gun, and I am happy with my purchase.
That is good to hear because I have shot those winchester's before just cause they were on sale lol guess I wont do that again
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All I shoot through mine is reloads from this guy TheAmmoGuy home of A-1 Premium Ammunition and have had no problems.

Great prices to boot.
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