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skorzy From: skorzy Date: June 28th, 2009 07:32 am (UTC) (Link)
The Sigma's rep is the reason I didn't consider that line when I was looking for a semi auto. However, I think the trigger mechanism between those and the Glocks feel way different. The Glock 17 was one of the more comfortable semis I've fired. However, I eventually opted for the Smith M&P45. I've not got a lot of range time with it yet, but I love how it feels. There's a gunsmithing service to reduce the trigger pull on this line as well that I might opt for one day. Smith "fixed" the Sigma rap with this line of semiautos.

Though, I hear ya' on the Blackhawk! I'm definitely a big fan of revolvers over semiautos, and I only fire my Smith 686 in SA. I've gotten quite good with it, and trust it enough to make it the bedside firearm. Bought it in '89 and its as fine as the day I bought it, even after thousands of rounds. Though, granted most of those range rounds are .38 Special, and I've fired very few actual .357.
steelhelix From: steelhelix Date: June 28th, 2009 12:37 pm (UTC) (Link)
You might want to look into replacing the trigger disconnecter in your glock with one of the aftermarket ones. It's a cheap upgrade, around $25 or so if you do it yourself, $50 if you have a gunsmith do it... but it makes the trigger of a glock feel like pure butter.
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