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S&W Sigma Pistol

Anyone have one of these semi-auto's?

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Re: S&W Sigma Pistol

Yes I have a 380. They are a fairly cheap gun, but mine shoots every time, never has jammed or malfunctioned.

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Re: S&W Sigma Pistol

I have a 9mm and it performs perfectly all the time.I will say I have never seen one in 380.I didn't think it came in anything other than 9mm and 40 acl.

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Re: S&W Sigma Pistol

Had a 9mm it functioned well but I just couldn't get used to the trigger
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Re: S&W Sigma Pistol

I have the 40 S&W and it has never jammed or had a misfire Good gun for the money IMHO
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Re: S&W Sigma Pistol

I'll check when I get home, but I'm fairly certain I have 2 unused magazines for the 9mm version that Someone can have for free. Not in original packaging, but unused just the same.
I'll post up tonight.

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I just had my Sigma .380 out for some range time today. I put some 70gr Cor-Bon Powr Ball, R-P 90gr HP's, UMC 95gr FMJ, and CCI 85Gr HP's through it and all shot to point of aim from 7-10yds without a single malfunction. I have been carrying it for longer than I can remember. It ain't pretty but it is reliable and accurate.

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I have the 40 S&W with over a 1000 rounds through it without ever having a problem. Carry it all the time when hunting coues deer near the Mexican border. Light enough to not hinder hunting always shoots well even when covered in all the desert dust.
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Never owned one, but have fired a couple. Trigger sucked badly on both examples that I tried.

If you have to track your game, then you aren't using a big enuff gun.
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Re: S&W Sigma Pistol



The 40 is used, but slightly.
The 9mm's are unused, like new.
40 Magazine appears to be 14 capacity? (thats what side says).
9mm Magazines appear to be 16 capacity? (thats what the side says).

Had a couple of PM's regarding these.
Here is the deal: I'm not selling these, I am giving them away.
Obviously I'm not going to PAY to give them away, I could just as easily throw them in the trash.
So who-ever wants them will have to pay shipping from 16423.

I would prefer if you were to purchase shipping label online (USPS or UPS) and email it to me, that way I can just print it and ship it, without money coming from my pocket. Both the post office and UPS warehouse are on my way to work, so it doesn't matter to me which one.

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