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Here's a follow-up range report. I ran another 500 rounds of JHP 124 grain, 115 FMJ and 147 JHP thru my sigma. Approx 100 rounds of the JHP were reloads, 50 124 and 50 147. I had NO FTE, FTF, or FTL from any of my ammo. The trigger is smooth, and was right of of the box. The weapons performed flawlessly. My sigma is stock. Sometimes when you mess around doing home gunsmithing you can really do more harm then good. From all the forums I have read, cutting down the outer of the double trigger springs is NOT a recommended mod. It can cause all types of problems.
I shot very tight groups, 3 inches, at 15 feet. This gun is very accurate, so maybe the accuracy problems the home gunsmith experience was a problem with the shooter not the weapon.