jc reed: This is blow from Spartanburg. I appreciate you this vid cause I have the
same gun. I didn't know how too do the break down but now I do thanks too
you very cool
hashashin821: @freakylongboy205 trigger problems as in??? I recently got one of these and
I'm trying to find out all I can about them, not just the techical aspects
but also I want owners POV
jujututu: hey thanks for that info. i just bought one of these two days ago and the
manual that comes with the gun is kinda confusing on the field stripping
part but your video made it very easy, thanks again!.
beatstrangler: I agree.
Cory Nemelka: Thank you! Any videos on the proper way to clean them?
SCARHMASTER1001: There should be a switch on the side u have to push up to lock it in the u
push it down and it slings forward
grifaldo21: Thank you so much my Friend.. your info is really helpful.. Respect
steve: good video.... but just letting you know no matter how many times you dry
fire a semi auto handgun it will not hurt the firing pin because the pin
hits nothing during the dry fire
lakeriley1: Nice job. Thanks for the insight.
brian97038: i got the sigma 40 .. not that happy with it but its still a good gun to
keep at the house and only at the house ....
DogKrapFace: Excellent video, straight to the point and zero useless words 5 stars
Michael Jackson: Nice video! Just picked mine up today, helped me field strip it. kudos
tightshot88: Dry fire it first and the slide will release.
KoreanKidSteve: so wait to field strip is to take it apart? i'm getting one soon.
cajam0710: Good job!
Lexingtonprepdude: Dumb negro
Alan Hovanec: Nice video man. Very helpful!
2rcnuts: nice piece man thanks for the walkthrough . just read the manual for my new
piece and appreceiate the visual . thanks again and be safe
carl burke: cool video my dude keep doing your thing and let those haters hate thats
there job im getting one real soon!!
shimric20: Big man being racist on the internet.
freakylongboy205: @enforcer1226 I actually dont have this gun anymore. I got rid of it
because this is the second one Iv had that had trigger problems. Brand new
gun, never abused, not even shot over 35 rounds out of both I had and
problems came along. But the time I did own them they were swell guns.
Would I buy another? Maybe a newer generation I would.
enforcer1226: Good vid bro. thanks. How you like your 40?
larrym60able: Lexingtonprepdude....your living proof of the stupidity that lives in
nunay23: Great video, simple and direct, thankx
Gorthren: Nice vid bro, very informative.
jackleg44: Thanks man..Good video
freakylongboy205: freak you rednecks talkin crap to me. Muthafreaka ill give you my address so
you can come see me. and i bet you want say that crap at my door step.
youtube is full of bitches like you all. wassup witcha bamazrollin!!!!!!!!
dacipriano: Thank you for your video, it helped me in breaking down my Sigma 40 cal.
sniper6081: Nice piece.
Tarah Johnson: how da hell you put back in spring
johncocktoastoy: Nice video man, appreciate you sharing your knowledge. The manual wasn't
effective in showing how to take the gun apart, thanks for the insight.
kabol69: i jyst bought this gun at a gun show yesterday and took it out tday to my
buddys farm and it bay far is the best gun i have shot that feels the way
it does, no jams and didnt oil it before i fired it, got it to my buddys
house to clean it and COULD NOT get my slide to come off because of some
minor we werent doing but if it wasnt for your video showing you in the act
of, i wouldnt have caught what we were doing wrong, we were letting the
slide go back to far while trying to remove. thanks again
Squ1bst3r: Dry firing a centerfire gun acually does not hurt the pin if you only do it
for disassembly. Obviously dry firing a lot will, e.g. training, just use
snap caps. However dry firing a rimfire gun will ruin the firing mechanism.
jayscottjay: Beretta is the easiest hand gun to field strip.
ducatirider999: so is it ok to dry fire the sigmas without any damage? i was always told it
was bad for the guns
mgrim1957: Good explanation. You are EXACTLY on point with the spring. It MUST be
precisely in line. I didn't get it in line and my Sigma jammed with the
slide in place. Make certain the weapon is unloaded, and then pull the
trigger. This will unfreeze the slide and you can then easily remove it and
militaryhistorian67: Great post. Thanks!
1911painmaker: you want to dry fire so yo can remove the slide. you need to do this with
most striker fire guns
hashashin821: @nmende00 now that's something you don't see every day on youtube :) a
HOTBOYcB: sell me dat shyt nigga
steve: good video but dry firing a semi auto handgun does nothing to the firing
LaughinAtU2: This video sucks. You don't know the correct names for the parts which you
are describing. You called at least 3 of the components "slides".
wats777: thank you good video it helped me a lot
freakylongboy205: thanks everybody for watching my video. hope it helped out alot.
ShinobiKuroiOkami: if he doesnt dry fire it after he roostered it to check the chamber he couldnt
release the slide forward for a field strip, bcuz guess what einstein!? the
gun is roostered! retard
unimatrix82: cool video, i shot the 9mm version of this once, but not sure if i should
get this or a Glock 17.
ridecrfred: I saw your "racist you tube viewers" video...which is obviously a response
to a racist person. Anyways, just wanted to say that I found your video
helpful. It made disassembly easy and now I can clean it well. Thanks for
posting the video and don't let idiots bother you.
Joe Green: Dry fire will not damage your gun. Smith & Wesson also came out with the
SD40VE to replace this gun. Here's my video of it. Check out my video of
analmunkey: i wish it had an accesory rail. i want a light :(
bunny08able: Thanks buddy. Informative video, and you spoke clearly which also helps.