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S&w 3904

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Dr. Fresh, Oct 30, 2008.

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  1. Dr. Fresh

    Dr. Fresh Member

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    Does anyone know anything about these things? I'm thinking of getting one. I carry a 59 but I'm intrigued by the thin single-stack grip of the 3904 and they're cheap. Is it a DA/SA design, or DAO? Any issues?



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  2. jsbethel

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    The S&W 3904 is a great pistol. It is DA/SA. They were made from 1988-90. I've never had any issues with mine. I originally bought mine for my girlfriend but I liked it so much, I bought her a S&W 3913LS and took the 3904 back! They were hard to find for a while but there are some police trade-ins available now. New factory magazines are a bit expensive (around $40). I stocked up on every clip I found on Ebay before they stopped gun parts auctions. There is something about the feel of single stack Smith & Wesson pistols - I have a 39-2, 639 and a 3906 as well.

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  3. Dr. Fresh

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    Sweet. Nice looking pistol you got there. I was thinking of snatching one off J&G.
     
  4. [FH]K96

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    As the numbered designation goes they are da/sa. If it were dao its model number would probably be 3944.

    39 = single stack 9mm

    4= dao

    4= alloy frame

    I have two single stack S&W 9mms: 39-2 and 908. I would imagine that this model is just as enjoyable as the two I have. I say go for it if you can get one.
     
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