Smith & Wesson Sigma SW40VE LaserLyte Handgun
Exclusively packaged with LaserLyte sight
Polymer frame with 4-1/4" barrel
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Product DescriptionThe Sigma Series SW40VE is an ergonomically designed production pistol. Engineers utilizing computer analysis designed the Sigma's 18 degree grip so that the moment you raise it, your point of aim is straight, every time. Aiming a Sigma is as natural as pointing your finger. This semi-automatic pistol is exclusively packaged with a LaserLyte sight. Polymer frame with 4-1/4" barrel.
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Q:Does this pistol have a manual safty?Asked on 11/26/2010 by Hank from La Crosse, WI
A:This Pistol does not have a mechanical safety. It has a off-set trigger that requires you to pull the trigger inline before the trigger will engage and go all the way back. It also has a round in chamber indicator.Answered on 12/27/2010 by redstatein08 from White Pine, TN
A:no the trigger has a brake in it that might be called a safty but in has no slide lock if that helps you anyAnswered on 1/1/2011 by terry joe from terre haute,IN
A:no it does notAnswered on 1/13/2011 by Tom and Jerry's from hollidaysburgh, pa
A:Checked at the store. They said it does not have a dedicated external safety only a trigger safety.Answered on 2/3/2011 by Newby from terre haute, in
A:noAnswered on 2/2/2011 by buck from Roanoke,VA
A:No it doesn't. I always leave the chamber empty until I am ready to use it. In a crisis, you can rack in a round in no time.Answered on 3/8/2012 by The Retired USN Chief from Knoxville, TN
Q:Under "specs" striker is listed for the action, what is a striker action?Asked on 8/1/2010 by Kyle from WISCONSIN
Q:what is the clip capacity?Asked on 7/11/2010 by Anonymous
A:Should be 14 on the .40 and 16 on the 9mm, unless you are limited to a 10 rnd clip depending on state restrictions.Answered on 8/1/2010 by DJG from Denver, CO
Q:what is the difference between 40 and 45Asked on 5/1/2010 by wood from terra haute, in
A:The difference between a 40cal and 45cal is the size of the projectile (bullet). The 45cal is a larger bullet then the 40calibur. The larger the bullet, the more recoil or kick the gun has when fired.Answered on 6/13/2010 by MPO from Hudson Valley, NY
Q:What are the holsters available for this gun?Asked on 4/7/2010 by Anonymous
A:BlackHawk Serpa Sportster model# 413525BK-RAnswered on 2/20/2011 by J.D. from Tonopah,AZ
Q:what is the weight on this?Asked on 3/26/2010 by Dead Eye Dano from Medina Ohio
A:24 0z.Answered on 2/19/2012 by Tone from michigan
Q:What is the weight of this firearm w/o ammunition?Asked on 3/24/2010 by Charlie from Charlottesville, VA
Q:what is a more powerful firearm this .40 or the 9mm?Asked on 3/12/2010 by Anonymous
A:.40S&W. It's above the 9MM but under a 10MM.Answered on 3/20/2010 by mbrussell2 from Charlotte, NC
A:.40 cal is in reality a 10mm so .40 is larger than 9mmAnswered on 3/20/2010 by r from r
A:.40 because its a bigger calAnswered on 3/20/2010 by no one from US
A:0.4Answered on 3/21/2010 by Anonymous from Anonymous
A:40 S&W No doubt about itAnswered on 3/22/2010 by Jeffro from Wichita, KS
A:.40 is undoubtably the more powerful caliber of the two! in my opinion i would never buy a 9mm over a .40 s&wAnswered on 3/24/2010 by matt from va