Smith & Wesson Sigma 40S&W

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Post by traveltoad » Tue Jun 10, 2008 11:54 am

Ollie (K6JYB) wrote:That's a very nice gun there. :D I'll bet being so light that it has quite a recoil? :?
I'll let you know. I have not shot it yet.

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Re: Smith & Wesson Sigma 40S&W


Post by aw12345 » Wed Jul 02, 2008 4:26 am

I love my colt 45 apc but for carry and so forth the small 9mm stainless S and W pistol is hard to beat, I reworked the trigger and welded up the bottom of the barrel a bit for a tight lockup, the thing is very accurate has had thousands of rounds throught it and its a joy to shoot. Love that little gun double action for the first shot so kinda hard to make an accidental discharge in a spotty situation. I like the magazine disconnect and the hammer block also.
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Re: Smith & Wesson Sigma 40S&W


Post by OLLIE » Mon Jul 07, 2008 8:59 pm

I have put 100 rounds through this gun (50 with each hand) and I like it so far. It is not the best gun I've ever shot and I am planning on getting the Springfield Arms XD40 in a few months after I recover financially from my two week run to CO and UT. This little gun (the Sigma) will be a nice little trail gun.

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Re: A completely different Smith & Wesson


Post by Jaytil » Sun Jul 20, 2008 1:38 am

traveltoad wrote:I picked this up yesterday... 15.7oz loaded.

What model is that? I looked on but couldn't find it.

Here is one of my favorite S&W pistols (or maybe it's a cannon):" onclick=";return false;
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