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Posted: 5/19/2001 1:09:56 PM EDT
I know I know. I don't want to hear about how all S&W's are bad. I already know that aspect. Used guns do not benifit the sell outs. I have a chance to make a trade for two Sigma nines and I was wondering if they are any good? How much are hi caps running for? Any advice would be appreciated.
Link Posted: 5/19/2001 1:21:42 PM EDT
I have two pre agreement Sigmas, one in 9mm and mone in 40. While they both shoot well the trigger pull is long and runs about eight pounds. They are great guns for the money. I personally would not buy another. Hicaps run about 70 or 80 dollars.
Link Posted: 5/19/2001 1:34:48 PM EDT
Cancer of the colon=good or bad?
Link Posted: 5/19/2001 1:59:32 PM EDT
I had one up until recently. A SW9C. Sold it to get some funds for another project. However, I loved that pistol and thought it was a GREAT deal. A fine shooter and reliable. I would buy again - that was post agreement model though.
Link Posted: 5/19/2001 2:24:44 PM EDT
Link Posted: 5/19/2001 2:31:43 PM EDT
I got that in 9MM and a Glock 17 at the same time. Got rid of the SW because I thought the collapsed trigger on the Glock on an uncharged Glock was a safer indication of the pistol not being in battery. The SW trigger does not give this indication. The only reason.
Link Posted: 5/19/2001 3:27:10 PM EDT
Anyone know what the price range on these were brand new? I am seriously leaning away from getting them. I may get a benelli (super 90?) instead.
Link Posted: 5/19/2001 4:33:43 PM EDT
their good for trading
Link Posted: 5/19/2001 4:40:46 PM EDT
I have to agree with the trigger pull being long and heavy....
Link Posted: 5/19/2001 5:28:22 PM EDT
I had a 9mm Sigma - two tone, but not the really kool grey and stainless one. I was my first handgun. It always went bang when I pulled the trigger. However, it was not an accurate weapon. Workmanship was so so. Trigger left much to be desired. I traded it along with two 10 rounders and one 17 rounder for like $200.00. If you got one for like $50.00 - sure. It is not what I would choose to stake my life on though.
Link Posted: 5/19/2001 7:21:22 PM EDT
Save a little more and get Glocks or H&K Quality on those are better Also i am leaning towards H&K because I have USP.40 Two Tone and they shoot very accurate.
Link Posted: 5/19/2001 7:30:45 PM EDT
I MUCH prefer the 5900 series . I own 2 of these . Many police depts use this model so it must be ok . They take high caps and the good mags can still be had / found about $40 . I have never owned a Sigma but have heard more bad than good .
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