mrapathy wrote:when the Sigma was redesigned and released it was during the time period when not all pistols used the picatinny rail. many companies tried theyre own rail design. S&W had 2 Sigma and S&W99/TSW atleast. Sig had a couple proprietary rails one for Sig Pro and another for theyre metal frames. Walther P99's first came with a proprietary rail. CZ100,Steyr and a number of others. Oh wait how the hell could I forget H&K's proprietary rail.
let me know if the 11lbs trigger goes off accidently. Glock has guns with 8 and 12 lbs triggers as well.
trigger is much better after springs wear in and trigger parts are polished can get it down below 8 lbs. for competition use can remove couple springs and replace others with lighter aftermarket springs.
mrapathy wrote:accessories available for the rail as well as an adapter to standard. cost millions in new tooling to make new die for frame would up the cost of a value line pistol. thats why they came out with the M&P.
Whats the size have to do it? Love to see that explained how larger pistols with light triggers are safer before a prosecutor,jury,judge and defense attorney.
As far as accuracy what does the trigger weight and break have to do with the gun putting the bullet where the sights are? its the human factor in which trigger weight and trigger break matters more. is a 11 lbs trigger for everyone no some legitimately need a 5lbs trigger or lighter as handicap to match shooters strengths and skill or inability to develop such. no reason why good amount of people cannot develop strength and skill to shoot such a pistol.
Anyway, I've been to the range and back. Results shortly
Big A wrote:Not that it matters a dern to this test, but what is wrapped
around the grip of those two weapons: tape or inner tube?
It looks exactly like the inner tube section I got on my Ruger;
the Hogue slip-on I tried made the grips too bulky.
Hoppy wrote:how ever, i will never get used to Glock fans talking about trigger lb's
Krustofski wrote:What the... listen man, you don't need a rifle, you can simply throw the bullets with 3,000 fps. Your arms should have been legs, I'm impressed.
Regular Guy wrote:Lizard looks like he can bend steel by looking at it.
L1Z4RD wrote:What is the grip wrapped with on the Sigma?
mr.trooper wrote:Maybe the failures were from you.
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