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Finally!!! Crimson Trace for the Sigma!!

This is a discussion on Finally!!! Crimson Trace for the Sigma!! within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by rugerlcp your first mistake was buying that piece of garbage SWVE Wow...not everyone can afford an elite, top of the line, dream ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rugerlcp View Post
    your first mistake was buying that piece of garbage SWVE
    Wow...not everyone can afford an elite, top of the line, dream gun, like the one in your username...

    To the op, enjoy your sigma, they are very nice value firearms.


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    I thought the Sigma bashing ended years ago.
    It's really no longer "fashionable" to bash it just for the heckovit.
    Yes, the trigger could be better.
    Aside from that it's a safe, totally reliable, ergonomically great firearm.
    It's easy to carry and it's a real sleeper - being one of the best gun values out there for the hard-earned dollar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    Aside from that it's a safe, totally reliable, ergonomically great firearm.
    It's easy to carry and it's a real sleeper - being one of the best gun values out there for the hard-earned dollar.
    I agree. They can be found here for the same price as the LCP. If I could only afford one gun, it would be the Sigma over the LCP, without a second thought...
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    I'm looking at getting one for my Sigma, just don't know what holster it would fit in to then. Any ideas? Just ordered a Kirkpatrick Leather, which should ship in 4-6 weeks. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by rugerlcp View Post
    your first mistake was buying that piece of garbage SWVE
    Wow. 27 posts and I bet this one was the longest and most intelligent of them. Actually, it is not so much a post as it is intellectual feces. I am not going to insult you though, as you already did that your self in a 1 sentence FAIL. As others have said, this is my first handgun and I'm making the most of it. I will be shooting Glocks soon, and If I like them, I will make the upgrade.
    A couple of things to point out:
    1)It cost about the same as your LCP.

    2)The CrimsonTrace LCP grips sell very well and are useful when needing to put under powered rounds like a .380 right on target and several of them.

    The Sigma vs your Ruger LCP:
    The only edge I see that you have is easier concealment. That is where the advantages end. You have .380 and I have 9mm. Your recoil is on record as being snappy. Mine is manageable. In CQB and SD range of 10ft or less, 1 inch groups don't mean squat. And anywhere 1 inch groups would matter (say 20+ yards or so), your basic sights and short barrel probably make your gun about as accurate as mine or actually worse. And at those ranges, Ill take my knockdown power over yours.

    Bottom line is this. When or if there are 2 or more BGs and SHTF, your 6+1 is going to go click and leave you with nothing more than a Ruger paperweight to throw, while Ill still have 10 more rounds to put down BEFORE I reload. Although, I would probably rather have an AR-15 if I need that many rounds. LOL.

    I read the latest G&A that reviewed pocket guns and your Ruger was near the bottom of the list, FYI.

    I guess it boils down to: Those who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. And those that have credit cards bigger than their guns really should not.
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