Want some honest feed back please. I have the chance to buy one for $175 in fairly new shape. Yay, nay?
If I'm not mistaken didn't Glock's Gen4's have issues when they were first released as well?? Does that diminish the value of the Gen 4's? Not IMO, they are still reliable, and fun to shoot. Just trying to play devil's advocate for a second....Sigmas are the entry/economy line of Smith. M&P is the workhorse. The Sigma has a LONG and CREEPY trigger pull. It is RIDICULOUS. At least a few months ago, if you purchased one you could mail it back to them and get a trigger job done for free. Or you could get a few free mags. I think any product you buy and need to immediately send back as an option to make it function well is a no go. I heard they had to change part of the design of the trigger bar because of near copyright infringement of Glock.
If it's used, I'd ask to shoot it. If it feels right...buy it. Guns are a personal extension of us and they should feel natural to hold and shoot.Want some honest feed back please. I have the chance to buy one for $175 in fairly new shape. Yay, nay?
I just traded my 1 year old Sigma in for brand new Glock 17 gen 4. The gun shop gave me $200.00 credit for my Sigma and I was very grateful to get that much.Want some honest feed back please. I have the chance to buy one for $175 in fairly new shape. Yay, nay?
Other than the trigger pull I think that pistol is a Glock "knockoff". Glock sued s&w because that pistol is so similar to the Glock. So it's not a bad gun at all. Just not a short light trigger pull like some would like. But there are mods floating around the Internet to get the pull down.bigben said:Thanks for all the replies folks. This has really helped. I'm going to grab it. I don't have a very large gun fund, so I don't like to pass up something I can afford like that. I figure if I really don't like it, I'm sure I can make my money back. I know plenty of entry level gun enthusiasts that would like it if I don't. As long as it isn't dangerous. Most of my friends wouldn't care if it did jam once out of fifty. I will only settle for about one out of 500 if that makes sense for a "cheap" gun.