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I've polished every feed ramp on a new or used gun that I purchase with the exception of the glocks since I stayed at a Holiday Inn Express back in 1982.:rolf

Seriously, Wraith is right, if you don't know what you are doing, take it to someone you know does. I say that as there are many gunsmiths who've ruined a good gun themselves. Being a gunsmith doesn't mean you know how to polish the feed ramp properly either.

I have done my own since 82, it's not that difficult, but I watched a real pro do several of my 1911's first.

My suggestion, dump the sigma. Get yourself a glock. You'll never be happy with the Sigma's performance. They are, for the most part, inexpensive paperweights that can't be trusted when you need them the most.

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Three.......Glock's are great, are many people attest to. But what so wrong with Sigma's? An, "Inexpensive paper-weight?" Do tell.

Sigmas are poor copies of glocks, at best. Most sigmas suffer from some types of problems at one time or another, glocks do not. Sigmas will not last as long as a glock will. Their initial cost is less for a reason. We get them back in the shop quite frequently, but I've only seen one used glock have a problem that needed to be fixed in over two years at the shop.

Brownies are HOT, when they're over the age of 18.

If they're over 18, their girl scouts, not brownies:rolf

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