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    M39-2

    The first photo is my M39-2 with Herrett grips and the second is the same pistol with factory grips I bought from ML Fox. Regards, Richard


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    Ala Dan is offline Junior Member
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    Hey Richard~! Congrats on the great find my friend. The S&W
    model 39-2 remains as one of my all time favorites. I'm still a
    look'in for a prinstine (99%+ condition) with box and docs, with
    a factory nickel finish. One of these days, I hope to find one and
    this will round out my semi-auto collection. Enjoy~! :-D

    Beautiful pics, I might add. I'm very fond of the walnut original
    grips.

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    S&W

    Yes I agree on the nice find.I also like the factory grips on it better.The S&W model 39 was the first 9mm that I ever shot.

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    Nice gun :-D

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    I just got a Mod 39(no dash) that I enjoy very much. It is the first 9mm that I actually enjoy shooting. It is a great gun, congrats.

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