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Old 12-17-2012, 05:48 PM   #41
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Many people recommend 124-gr ammo for the first few hundred rounds of breaking the 938 in. Some people stick with that weight afterwards, but if your pistol isn't reliable, send it in to SIG
Mine is a 238. The only weights I've found locally are 88, 90, and 95 grain. I don't know if anything larger is available.

While I'm waiting for my license to arrive I'll put some more rounds through it and make a final evaluation and decision about whether I will contact Sig.
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Old 12-17-2012, 05:52 PM   #42
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249/250, huh? Next time, take it serious and you might score better. really good for an old dude. Congrats, man. Welcome to the club.
LOL. Thanks. One thing different in qualifying this time compared to over 40 years ago was having to look through my bifocal to focus on the front sight.

Plus I decided to keep both eyes open instead of closing my left to shoot. I thought it would be a major adjustment but it didn't seem to be.
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Oh, sorry. I should pay closer attention!
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[QUOTE=bearone2;49015]finger placement is straight from sig.

I'm going to use that Sig trigger finger chart to help my left handed SO with her new Lady Smith. Just hold the print out backwards and up to the light!
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BTW-Is your avatar photo real? If so, good timing for the photographer and bad timing for the bird.
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