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Lets See Your Non-Blued S&W Pistols

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by P5 Guy, Jun 10, 2020.

  1. P5 Guy

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    I'll start with my 639.
     
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  2. Ignition Override

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    P5: I really like your S&W's compact size and the wooden grips.
    Mine looks just like this 3rd. Gen. 5069 (I don't know how to upload photos). Yours must weigh a fair bit less. Mine was bought just for the club.

    If somebody would Like the link to A Color-Coded Chart of the S&W 3rd. Gen handguns (9mm, .40, 10mm, .45 Auto), send me a 'PM'. You will probably see it when searching Google for that exact phrase, but the * chart will be very small and somewhat subtle.

    You can expand it and it explains quite well the main variations, chamberings etc.
     
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  3. P5 Guy

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    All stainless steel does not make for a light weight pistol. But even stout 124NATO 9mm recoils like a 22LR
     
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  5. P5 Guy

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    I guess I should have not made this brand specific
     
  6. George Dickel

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    My Performance Center 1911

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    My 1086 is the only one I have a picture of right now.
     
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    A 1026 and old Norma ammo. Performance Center 4" and 5" 5906s.
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    I'm a slacker, I don't have one.
     
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    My kinda rare 6690 transitional pistol. I believe its a 2nd gen 659 frame with a 3rd gen 6906 slide. It was sold thru S&W's distributor RSR group. Note the RSR 44xx serial number.


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    My 4003 and 4506. Proud of both of them. Both have been totally reliable no matter what I have fed them.



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    Boring....:uhoh:... please redirect to the non blued S&W Revolver thread...:D
     
  15. P5 Guy

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    S&W's pistols do not get the credit they deserve. :cuss:
     
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    I don't get over here very often. I was gonna put this in the non-blued S&W revolver post just to see if anyone was paying attention. 9mm 1911 Pro. I bought it last year. I like it a lot.

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    Both were had for around $300 each.
    You see the slight variances from early
    square trigger guards, to later blued hammers/triggers and straight vs curved grips
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  19. Ignition Override

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    My main embarassment, after having owned five "true Makarovs" and the present mix of "Euro police 9mm" handgun types, is that --quite frankly-- I didn't realize that US-made DA/SA handguns were of at least equal quality.

    So much talk about '...Sig this, HK , Walther, CZ that...', but somehow never noticed 'top-quality S&W engineering' or such, except regarding the 1911 type. So many S&W revolvers seem to have helped obscure the reality.
     
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  20. P5 Guy

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    The 1st generation S&W pistols came to the markets in the late 1950s. Model 39 and dash 39-2 later came the 59 and the start of the "Wonder Nine" race.
     
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