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    Default would you trade a sw model 10 for a sw9ve

    Thinking about trading my model 10 for a sw9ve, thoughts

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    Default Re: would you trade a sw model 10 for a sw9ve

    One phrase pops into my head:" Are you outta yo rabid ass mind"?
    Some people just plain suck.
    If you're gonna be dumb ya gotta be tough.

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    Default Re: would you trade a sw model 10 for a sw9ve

    I know nothing about a SW mod 10,,, but I own a sigma and I think it is a fine paper weight.
    It's around here somewhere (covered in dust probably).


    Seriously, keep the SW 10.
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    Default Re: would you trade a sw model 10 for a sw9ve

    Quote Originally Posted by kevinw View Post
    Thinking about trading my model 10 for a sw9ve, thoughts
    I have posted this before, long story short.
    My brother had a dream he bought a sigma, it attacked him and I had to shoot it with my...............model 10. True story.
    Some people just plain suck.
    If you're gonna be dumb ya gotta be tough.

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    Default Re: would you trade a sw model 10 for a sw9ve

    Quote Originally Posted by kevinw View Post
    Thinking about trading my model 10 for a sw9ve, thoughts
    Depending upon the condition of the model 10, it will most likely be worth more monetarily on the used market. There are many many variations of the model 10, and those differences matter. However, a cheap model 10 will run about 300-350 USD. Sigmas rarely sell for more than 250 used.
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    Default Re: would you trade a sw model 10 for a sw9ve

    NO..........
    MORDENTE MEUM

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    Default Re: would you trade a sw model 10 for a sw9ve

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_NEPhila View Post
    Depending upon the condition of the model 10, it will most likely be worth more monetarily on the used market. There are many many variations of the model 10, and those differences matter. However, a cheap model 10 will run about 300-350 USD. Sigmas rarely sell for more than 250 used.
    Agreed and sigmas are a much harder sell. Some gun shops won't take them even in trade.
    Some people just plain suck.
    If you're gonna be dumb ya gotta be tough.

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    Default Re: would you trade a sw model 10 for a sw9ve

    Quote Originally Posted by mpan72 View Post
    Some gun shops won't take them even in trade.

    Truth. An excellent clue as well.

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    Default Re: would you trade a sw model 10 for a sw9ve

    I would not.

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    Default Re: would you trade a sw model 10 for a sw9ve

    i have a sigma 40ve, i have nothing to compare it to as its my first handgun, but the trigger pull is crazy heavy, i believe something like 8-10 pounds. Theres a modification you can do by removing an extra spring that will bring it down to around 4-5 pounds. Ive done it and it runs just fine. The triggers also kind of "gritty" feeling, which can be fixed with some polishing. The trigger seems to be the biggest complaint ive seen from people online, and with removing the spring and some polishing of parts you can make it a lot better.

    I bought mine used and have since put around 300 rounds through with no issues.

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