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Old 04-17-2005, 05:39 PM
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Question smith@wesson 9mm sigma's for 2005?


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I have a 10+1 round smith&wesson sigma nato green on order.I have heard a lot of crap about these guns.Most of the time it was trigger problems and tightness.Now I also no many have been sent back to smith&wesson for repairs.Most of these problems I heard were back in 2000.Some people love them,some hate them.I also bet a gun- smith could loosen up things in the double action trigger.The one I felt had a nice slide,and the trigger felt fine.These damm forums scare me.I'm trading in my smith&wesson model 36 ,38 special for this.Do to the 5 shot cylinder. besides that,it's a pocket rocket.any opinions on this gun?Go easy
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