Does Ruger make a .40 semiauto with a polymer frame?

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markmmg

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I have a P89 and I would like to add a .40 semiauto with a polymer frame. I heard bad things about the S&W Sigma .40.
 

Spikess

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markmmg":2ngz0ic4 said:
I have a P89 and I would like to add a .40 semiauto with a polymer frame. I heard bad things about the S&W Sigma .40.

I don't think so on the polymer frame .40.

As for the Sigma, I think all the negative talk has to do with the 2,000 lb. trigger pull. Just lift weights and eat your Wheaties.
 

Al James

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No. But they should and will imo. I would expect it on the SR platform but I'm not sure it can take the pounding. Let Rugers guys figure that out. I think a P95 style gun in 40 would sell too. Probably even better if you made it 80% to scale.
 

Anthony Williams

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I think the P345 would be the more logical candidate for a "forty." A new bbl. Maybe beef up the bottom end a tad, add a new magazine, and this gizmo should be good to go! :wink:
 

Al James

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Anthony Williams":2389s9im said:
I think the P345 would be the more logical candidate for a "forty." A new bbl. Maybe beef up the bottom end a tad, add a new magazine, and this gizmo should be good to go! :wink:

There you go! And make the mag disconnect a factory option. Single stack? Or chub it up a little with a double stack? Ruger should come here as members, listen, and make the guns we want. Probably not.
 

BADBUBBA

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I have the Sigma 40 I havent had any problem at all
ever time i pull the trigger it goes bang. and it hits wear i am aiming
 

Scorpion

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Spikess":13orrn1z said:
markmmg":13orrn1z said:
I have a P89 and I would like to add a .40 semiauto with a polymer frame. I heard bad things about the S&W Sigma .40.

I don't think so on the polymer frame .40.

As for the Sigma, I think all the negative talk has to do with the 2,000 lb. trigger pull. Just lift weights and eat your Wheaties.

Agree with the comment above on the Sigma. I have a 9mm Sigma and the only real complaint I have is the nasty trigger pull. I think when the Sigma first came out they experienced quite a few problems with ftf and fte, however those issues seem to be worked out. As for a .40 cal. handgun I have a G22 Glock which I am impressed with. Good luck.
 

markmmg

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Well then I may have to try out a Sigma .40. My local Academy Sporting goods store has them for $320.
 

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