Sigma 40 or hi-point??

Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by rem870forever, Nov 9, 2011.

  1. rem870forever

    rem870forever New Member

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    I've been looking into pistols on a low budget now and want a 40 s&w. So which is more reliable and accurate.
     
  2. IGETEVEN

    IGETEVEN New Member

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    They are both reliable and accurate and both carry lifetime warranties.

    But only one carries the Smith & Wesson name, heritage and reputation though. :cool:
     

  3. Gojubrian

    Gojubrian New Member

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    Between the two, sigma, hands down.
     
  4. dks7895

    dks7895 New Member

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    Ruger SR40c....

    I have had a Sigma and a Hi-point in the past. There is a reason I no longer own them.
     
  5. trip286

    trip286 New Member

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    Between the 2 I'd pick the Hi point
     
  6. rem870forever

    rem870forever New Member

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    I'll just get a used glock or Springfield
     
  7. USMC_Richey

    USMC_Richey New Member

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    I love when people just surrender. Seen it many times, should I get gun A or gun B. Screw it I'll just get a sig.. :)
     
  8. Shihan

    Shihan Active Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Get the Sigma, Don't get the Glock. Maybe check out the SD40. But what do I know.
     

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  9. Agent_H

    Agent_H New Member

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    I'd say the Sigma is the better bet.
     
  10. DrumJunkie

    DrumJunkie New Member

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    Out if the two choices the Sigma is a much better weapon. It does have the trigger issue (heavy pull about 12lb.) but that is pretty easily worked around. Over time the Smith will show itself to be a much better weapon.
     
  11. jimbobpissypants

    jimbobpissypants New Member

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    I have owned the Sigma, in the past.
    Mine was extremely accurate, and ate all ammo reliably.
    My ONLY issue with the Sigma was the trigger. It was a long, hard pull.
    If you go to the Smith and Wesson forum, you will find pointers on how to improve the trigger.