Hoggin wrote: »
I have almost every model of the smith metal autos.
They shoot fantastic. Triggers can be made very light with them.
That use to be a big part of my gunsmith business.
“If gun control laws actually worked, Chicago would be Mayberry!"
Weatherby wrote: »
My only S&W semi and I do carry it.
I may have some S&W revolvers kicking around though.
snake284 wrote: »
Yeah Bro, you've been known to have possessed a couple...
Wambli Ska wrote: »
Wife's first pistol was a 3913 Tactical but she couldn't hit the side of a barn with it. Not the pistols fault, it was a very nice gun that she fell in love with but just did not fit her. We traded it for a Kimber UltraCarry and she's never looked back.
john.41 wrote: »
I like 'em and carry 'em, none in .45 though, .45 is for Colts.
Mine are single stack nines, 3913NL, 3913, CS9 and a 908S, it all started with a first gen 39.
3rd gens seem to be getting a little respect price wise lately after S&W discontinued supporting them.
I'm old fashioned, still don't own a plastic fantastic![/QUOTE The Wonder Nines !
Tugar wrote: »
Good solid pistols. The 39 is on the bucket list, if I find a nice 59...that will be acquired as well. Had a 645 I swear would digest square bullets, but the sights needed work and it went into trade status.