Originally Posted by Rocketman1
I have the VE9, and I'm not used to that trigger pull yet, and I'm not sure if I ever will. After 1,300+ rounds through it the trigger pull has not improved, and I'm still all over the place with it. Most of my shots come in low and left, around the 7 to 8 o’clock position, which tells me I'm jerking the trigger rather than pulling it.
The one good thing I can say is I have never had one failure at all. It will fire anything I put in it. It is very reliable. I have been thinking about trying the trigger mod, but I'm afraid I would just bugger something up.
Glad you "Sticyed" it, now I know wehere to find it if I get brave.
Yes, I would not want to suggest anything that affects the safety of the
weapon such as lessening trigger pull to a dangerous level as some springs
and mods can do. And of course, one should have some familiarity with
mechanical workings and tooling.
I have added the following info after three years of using and carrying my
Sigma, and as to how I got this pistol, I invite any to read the thread
'My Sigma" in pistol forum.
The only thing I have done besides the basic mod/maintenance I show
in these pics ( I did not take pics, only annotated them ) is that I purchased and have used a metal guide rod and spring kit (19 lbs) as
to ensure integrity of use. I have since agreed with most posters on
S&W forums that such is not needed usually, as the plastic (Glock style)
rod should outlive pistol...however, for $29.00 AND having the original as a
spare, I have not regretted this change of guide rod etc...if anyone does
choose such a rod/spring change, be sure to "contact" them and make sure
you tell them VE or what you have, or you will surely receive a Full size
The factory parts schematic I have annotated shows the "lube" or grease
points as described in manual.
I also advise polishing "hand only" the barrel feed ramp to mirror polish
especially for Hornady or other Defensive loads as I use and promote for
all CHL carry.
These annotated pics should be self explanatory,