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Old 04-13-2012, 12:04 AM   #11
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I went down to the gun store after work and started my paperwork. I'll pick it up next Saturday!
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Revision to my last post last week, picking my Sigma up today! Straight to the range after!
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Good enough gun, terrible trigger. I've seen used/like-new Sigmas sell for $200. And apart from the trigger, that's the other down side. The market has long been flooded with these guns, so their resale value suffers.

I'd probably prefer a Sig SP2022, Ruger SR, or S&W SD for just a few bucks more. Or a Ruger P-series for $300 or so. But the Sigma is a reliable gun for under $300. If you pay more than that, you've paid too much IMO.
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Old 04-20-2012, 10:10 PM   #14
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I know you veterans have seen a million of these but....I'm still new to the game and have to show it off. So here she is....

Took it to the range shortly after only to find all the bays filled with a line 3 deep. I'll get out tomorrow morning and feed it some ammo.
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I know you veterans have seen a million of these but....I'm still new to the game and have to show it off. So here she is....

Took it to the range shortly after only to find all the bays filled with a line 3 deep. I'll get out tomorrow morning and feed it some ammo.
Nice! What modle did you get? What did you pay O.T.D?
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Nice! What modle did you get? What did you pay O.T.D?
Thanks -> 9mm -> 319 + tax. Do you have one? I have some questions about the .40 caliber.

I've seen the complete upper assembly chambered in .40 sold on eBay obviously minus the lower assembly. Can you interchange the top assemblies and swap mags to have a dual caliber gun with this sigma frame?

Thanks in advance.

Edit: put about 200 rounds through it Saturday without any failures. Yes the trigger is different from my SA 1911 but I'm sure I'll get used to it.
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Thanks -> 9mm -> 319 + tax. Do you have one? I have some questions about the .40 caliber.

I've seen the complete upper assembly chambered in .40 sold on eBay obviously minus the lower assembly. Can you interchange the top assemblies and swap mags to have a dual caliber gun with this sigma frame?

Thanks in advance.

Edit: put about 200 rounds through it Saturday without any failures. Yes the trigger is different from my SA 1911 but I'm sure I'll get used to it.
Yes, I just got the modle 9V Saturday. I put about 40 rds through it today. It shoots better than I do lol

I'm not sure about the upper switch. A lot of companies have guns set up that way. I do not see why it wouldn't work, unless the .40 dosent fit in the mag. Most of the time .40 and 9mm come in the same mag, or so I thought.
Don't take my word though.
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