it may be a difficult find..the Sigma series is NOT one of S&W's big success stories production life was short..1994-1998 or so! There may not be any spare parts being supplied by S&Wm but you can ask at www.smith-wesson.com or link to their dealer list and repair stations..you may find a part stuck in a parts bin in the outskirts of Nowhere,USA FWIW the same part number serices the models SW9F,SW9C,SW9V,SW40C SW40V and SW40 as well as the F version..One "trick" is to make up a new working end from drill rod and insert it into the major dia end via a hole drilled in it..retain it with Loctite Black Max.......
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wouldn't the glock 23 striker work just fine seeing that they are pretty much the same,that's why glock sued s&W, the glocks better in my eye's though. can't hurt to ask if it would work
There was enough design similarity to get Glock bent out of shape, but that doesn't mean that the parts are identical. But, hey, they could be. Does anybody know?
well it looks alike but it is different from head to the "boot".
I tried to repair the broken by silver brazing. It seems o.k but i don't now how it'll reacts during continuous firing and if i reached desirable hardness. thanks folks
Glock 23/19 striker doesn't fit, tried it myself, even though it looks identical to the SW40F/C striker, just wont work.
S&W doesn't carry this part anymore, neither does Numrich, Apex, Brownell's or Midway.
I recently bought an SW40C slide for my VE frame and the only piece I need is this ever elusive striker