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    Tgodwin6890 is offline Junior Member
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    Bought my 40VE this past weekend. Put 400 rounds through it. Not one single jam or misfeed.


    As for the heavy trigger. You can mod it just look for tutorials on YouTube. Takes it from about 8 pounds down to about 3. I'm in love with it now. And If you don't feel comfortable modding it yourself or if you don't have much experience just take it to a local gunsmith. I had no experience modding handguns but somehow I pulled it off.

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    if you do mod the trigger and it wont reset after about 5 pulls you put the block in backwards.

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    KENYEEZY is offline Junior Member
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    I shot the sigma 9 this weekend and my 40ve the 9 seemed to have a better pull than the 40 but I think its fine

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    PcolaIrish is offline Junior Member
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    Just shot a buddy's 40VE today, and it seems fairly reliable. At least, it didn't FTF or FTE. Never had a jam. However, my big hand wrapped around that skinny grip, then trying to pull the trigger 6 ft. back... made for an uncomfortable gun after a few dozen rounds. It didn't seem to be as accurate as my XD40 SC, which was strange, considering the barrel length difference.

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    I bought my first handgun yesterday a Sigma 9. I hope the weather is good this weekend to get out and do some shooting. Any advise on starting off would be appreciated.

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    7shooter24 is offline Junior Member
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    I have a 9mm and a 40cal sigma.
    Have been shooting them for over two years. The triggers have smoothed out and both are as accurate as I shoot.
    I think a 4 inch group at 20 feet will get the job done.

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    Just bought my sw40ve on 3/7/2012 for $220 plus tax. Very nice gun people dont like the trigger but I cant complain . Ive only put 400 rounds through it but im very happy with its accuracy up to about 50yds(more than that to me is a waste). I would definitely suggest it to anybody.

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    jshmnz22 is offline Junior Member
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    does anyone know of any aftermarket parts for the SW40VE?

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    I've had my 9VE for nearly 5 years now with nearly 1000 rounds through it. I've never experienced a single issue with it. One interesting side note is that after getting used to the heavier trigger, it is easier for me to shoot every other pistol accurately.

    Obviously you can get a better pistol for more money, but I have yet to regret this purchase.

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    I bought a sw40ve last year. I could not stand the trigger. I did the trigger mod to it and got the trigger pull down to 5 lbs. I then polished the heck out of the sear assembly and trigger bar. Now it is as smooth as glass. I have fired about 23K rounds thru it and have never had I problem with it at all. Its a graet gun and for the money ya cant beat it as long as you do the trigger job. Apex Tactical is producing a trigger for it and it should be out within the next couple of months.

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    I had my Sigma 9 a month and already put 500 rounds through without a single issue. What a sweet gun and I got the Sigma 40 on order at my local range. I know the trigger's hard but I removed the torsion spring (pigtail) and the trigger's lot better and improved the accuracy. It's going back to SW for the replacement spring because I lost it. I learned that there may be a legal issue about trigger mods when it comes to SD. I don't want to take that chance.

    When I get the 40 I'm just gonna have to get used to the trigger. By the way SW fixed it where you can't do trigger mods on Sigmas anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAWGAC View Post
    Obviously you can get a better pistol for more money, but I have yet to regret this purchase.
    That pretty well sums up my feelings about my 9mm Sigma. I've got other pistols I paid more for but I'm very happy with my Sigma and have never regretted purchasing it. It's the one that travels with me wherever I go.

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    I got one in 40 cal and it has been a champ. I shot 247-250 at my CCW quals.

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    Wink The things you find when youre not even looking: Sigmas FREE

    Quote Originally Posted by RugerNut View Post
    How many Sigma owners out there? I bought a SW40VE in March of this year for $299 plus tax.I have well over 1200 rounds thru it. If you don't like a revolver style trigger this gun is not for you.My trigger has a "gritty" feeling but S&W said they will take care of that.Other then that,I like it very much and will never get rid of it.
    Someone left a holstered Sigma 40 in the road not 50 yards from my home, some bus driver was waiting on the cops to get it, i checked it to be sure it wasnt loaded, but the devil said: take it!!! I didnt but it sure was tempting lol, i racked the slide to make sure it was empty and the clip wasnt in it, but the clip in the pouch on the holster was loaded fully with some mean looking JHPs, i then pointed the gun at ground and pulled trigger to decock it, didnt see a decocker on it, it was empty so it was ok. Then put it down and left it with the bus driver watching it, I had an errand and church to go to. Nice gun, it obviously had a trigger job done on it sometime in the past. I wouldnt mind one myself.

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