Here is my M&P and My Sigma 9VE.
Post your S&W pics here to show off Semi Autos or Revolvers
(By putting them here, it makes it easier for new members to find pics of something if they are interested in a certain model)
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Here is my M&P and My Sigma 9VE.
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the Model 19-4 4" .357 Magnum revolver. Blue Steel, this one made in 1979
one of the best revolvers ever made. Model 17-3 K22 .22 LR revolver.
The next is a semi Auto model 52 that uses the .38 special flush wad cutter round. A very accurate pistol.
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I forget - is the M&P 9mm or 40?Originally Posted by Maximo
The Definative Smith & Wesson is the Military & Police Model Made from 1899 until the present. This Fixed sight revolver found a welcome place in holsters of Police, Military, hunters, adventurers all over the world. Well over5 million revolvers were made with the vast majority in 38 special with 4" barrels But they can be found in 38 special, 38 long Colt, 38 S&W, 32-20 winchester, 357 Magnum, 32 S&W long, 9 MM luger and 22 long rifle. Barrels range from 6 1/2", 6", 5", 4", 3" and 2" Thay may be Blue steel, Blue Aluminum/ Steel comb. Nickel in either of the former or Stainless steel.
this is a model 64 in 38 special with light or pencil barrel. Prior to 1957 all were simply called M&P revolvers but In 1957 the S&W revolvers were assigned model numbers Model 10 for 38 Special Steel,Model 12 Alum/steel, Model 13 .357 Magnum, model 64 .38 Special Stainless, model 65 .357 mag. Stainless, model 547 in 9mm steel.
My 6" 952
Two year old 686 that I wouldn't trade for anything in the world.
SW 1911 stainless:
That is sweetOriginally Posted by reflection01
Where's all the big S & W roll marks?
I got rid of them and the front serrations - look at the slide carefully and you will notice a definitive Browning Hi-Power like cut on it (where the serrations used to be). it is modified functionally and cosmetically.Originally Posted by Charlie
serration and SW logo removed
EGW waffer bushing cut to the profile of the slide
Barrel cut to the length of the bushing and re-crowned
STI modular trigger
S and A one piece magwell - polished and dehorned
all internal parts replaced
C and S 4.5lb trigger group
Wilson bullet proof thumb safety and slide stop
Wilson firing pin block
Oh yeah, I see. I think that looks great. I've got a Springy that I would love to lose the front serations on. Where can one get that done and what kinda' money are we looking at? (it's stainless).
the cost wasn't that much - it's done with a machine. with the cut and the refinish should not run more than eighty to hundred bucks. you need to check with a reputable gun shop who employs a locally reputable gun smith. the smith should be able to tell you whether he/she has any access to a machine shop that can handle such a project. if not, there are a number of well known custom shops that can handle that project. good luck.Originally Posted by Charlie
We don't have anybody local that can do anything like that (pretty rural). I'll check around on the internet since I have to send it off anyway. Thanks for the info.
Right now I have only five. Hope to get a few more.
Model 19-4 .357 and model 21-4 .44spl.
S&W 1911/.45 SC-PD Commander 41/4" barrel.
S&W 1911/.45 SS Government 5" barrel.
S&W .40VE Sigma
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Good looking S&W 1911
I concur with DC. Both of 'em.
Here is a S&W New Departure, Safety Hammerles, or Lemon Squeezer .38 DAO revolver 5 th model manufactured in 1923 this model was made in 5 variations from1887 to 1940 with over 261000 being made. note the covered hammer and the safety bar along the back strap of the frame. This one is blued with wood grips but the majority are nickle plated with hard rubber grips.
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Here's my Two S&W Centennials
The one on the left is a 1952 Pre 40 Centennial Serial #248
The one on the right is a current 442-2
Note the Factory S&W Ammo & Federal Nyclads
I gotta Get some better pictures of my Toys!!
The S&W J frame was designed to take the extra length of the 38 Special Cartridge in the S&W Small frame revolvers and was first introduced around 1952. Be fore this if you wanted a small frame 38 it came only in the 38 S&W also known as .38 Short & Whimpy. The J became so popular that in 1961 all early I frame guns were given the J frame.
A pre model 36 3" 38 Special Probably made around 1955.
A 22/32 kit gun model 34-1 made around 1965 Prior to 1961 these had the smaller I frame.
I likes me Smiths.
First row 627 & 63
Second row 625 & 617
First row 3953 & 945
Second row 952 & 845
Third row 4506 & 2206
My S&W Model 29:
This gun started out with a 6 1/2" barrel, was returned to S&W for the endurance package installation and fitted with an 8 3/8" full lug barrel. My gunsmith, Bob Mason, cut the 8 3/8" back to a handier 6". This gun has over 15,000 rounds fired through it.
Some of my small framed Smiths:
Top to bottom, Model 586, Model 19 (my carry gun), and Model 36.
I'll play this game.
Here are some of my Smith's
The Triplets: Model 24-3 .44 Specials. Part of a limited re-introduction run made in 1983. 6 1/2", 4" and the Lew Horton custom 3".
A couple of oldies.
Top: Model of 1917 Commercial Variation .45acp 5 1/2" shipped 1928to Thomas Hardware, Birmingham, AL.
Bottom: .44 Hand Ejector 2nd Model 5", shipped January 1924 to the Joplin, MO Police Dept.
Model 25-2 .45acp Target Model of 1955 6 1/2" made 1963