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    saratj1 is offline Banned
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    nice pulp fiction reference...my sigma shot the same around 7-8 o'clock 3-4 inches low but i know i need practice though been shooting rifles/huntiong most of my like been shooting pistols for only a year and not really often at that as i have moved in town. i had a cobra patriot .45 befor this and its night and day, but i want to upgrade slowly based upon seriousness with the sport so i can truly appreciate a good gun

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    Quote Originally Posted by saratj1 View Post
    nice pulp fiction reference...my sigma shot the same around 7-8 o'clock 3-4 inches low but i know i need practice though been shooting rifles/huntiong most of my like been shooting pistols for only a year and not really often at that as i have moved in town. i had a cobra patriot .45 befor this and its night and day, but i want to upgrade slowly based upon seriousness with the sport so i can truly appreciate a good gun
    Being the Sigma trigger is like it is if you practice with some dry firing using a spot on the wall or the like. After a while you will be able to pull and not push or pull the nose with your trigger pull. You will be surprised how much it moves right before it breaks and right when it breaks. When I had mine I did a lot of that and had also used a bore sighter to watch for the dot moving when squeezing the trigger. The pull will get better over time and you will get better at it. I did put a Wolff spring in mine later but that just made things that much easier. I come out good on the trade that sent my 40VE packing but sometimes I still miss it. If I was in the market for a striker fired weapon again I would have no problem getting another one. That long and strong pull takes a little getting used top but if you can that weapon will group as good as many other pistols that cost a good bit more.

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    Took my new Sigma 9mm to the range today. Put 120 rounds of White Box thru it and Not one problem... Not one jam.... Not one misfire. Trigger pull is a little weird for sure but I am sure the more I shoot the more it will work for me. So for anyone on the fence on this weapon... Just Do It!

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    THe trigger will get better on it's own a little and you do get used to it. That's what matters most. And the dang thing will eat about anything. It's hard to put a weapon like that down in my opinion. THey are not tack drivers but that's now what you pay for when you get one. You do get a good weapon that will work though. nd they are pretty accurate from what I've seen out of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waynegs View Post
    There is another forum I read where an unofficial rule was started that all firearm photos must include a calculator and kitchen utensil
    This has to be corvetteforum off topic....they come up with some strange stuff...

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