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Any 39 owners here?

Looking for a clear picture of the barrel seat for a project. Would really appreciate it.
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>>28648646
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>>28648828

thanks for the bump, and nice pic. you own one?
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last bump, help!
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>>28648646
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>>28648646
You building one OP?
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My 39-2. Carried by a LEO in the 1970s.
Can anyone explain the blued slide/stainless frame combo?
Someone suggested it was a LEO model, but I haven't found anything about it.
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>>28649041

preparing for a project in the future once i move, yes
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>>28649056

fucking gorgeous.

could you pull it out and take a pic of the inside of the frame with the slide off?
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>>28649067
Thanks, wish I could but I don't have it right now. But I'll check go my photos and see if I have any that could help you out.
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>>28649094

really appreciate it

I especially love guns with a history... carried by LEO, soldier art, etc.
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>>28649108
That's part of the reason I got it. Guns with history are the best. Only gun I will never sell.
Still considering dropping the $50 for the serial number history report from Smith & Wesson.
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>>28648828
No...
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>>28649067
>>28649108
Don't seem to have any pics of what you're looking for, but here's some from google.
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>>28649285

I really appreciate you helping me look

I'm looking for a pic of the inside of the frame from the top, where the barrel slides into the frame.
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>>28649427
Disassembly videos might help you
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJqpq6IDWi4
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>>28650460

Yeah thanks, the problem is i haven't found one that wasn't filmed on VHS in 1980, they're all 240p, can't see shit
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Why aren't these more popular?

I don't know much about them, but what are some sellinh points of this design?
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>>28655299
>1st semiauto DA pistol in the US
>used by police forces
>used by Navy SEALS
A lot of the selling point is the history, but the design is excellent as well.
They're just great guns all around. Mine is almost 50 years old and shoots like a dream.
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Im feeling nice, lettme try my god teir googlefu.
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I found one. Pic upcoming.

It was quite challenge.

Im still looking for more just for hell of it.
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Here.
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>>28655809
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>>28655610
Thank you for the help. Really hoping for hi res or for SOMEONE who owns one to do me the huge favor of taking a pic.

>>28655299
Meant to replace the 1911 as the next service pistol

>>28655366
Take a pic for me, please!
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>>28648646
Is this what your looking for Opie? Just happened to be cleaning mine.
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>>28659250
If you want more pics let me know. I will be at my desk for a while.
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>>28659293

Wow thank you!

Yeah, that's it but also at an angle, I'm looking at how the channel is cut.

Can't thank you enough.
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>>28659250
>>28659293

This area here to be more specific.

Thanks again
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>>28659899
How's that guy? Also good luck on your project.
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>>28648646
#S&WLIFE
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>>28659932
Nice piece! I wish mine was black like that, I always clean the fingerprints off my chrome one like I just killed someone with it. Free inherited gun though, cant complain.
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>>28659967
I own a Smith and Wesson because pic related
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>>28659899
>>28659873

These are perfect. I really can't thank you enough -- you're a life saver.

THANK YOU!
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>>28659998
A large part of why I want a 59 is to see how feasible it would be to make a hush puppy clone.
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>>28660726
where would you even buy those giganto sights at?
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>>28660955
A lot of it would probably have to be fabricated. That stock would be impossible to find as well
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>>28660972
every time I get an idea to recreate a MGS firearm I get shut down realizing I have to talk to the mouth breather retard fudds in virginia in order to get any customization done.

be me in kinda large LGS:

>"hey do you guys do any gunsmithing?"
>"no..."
>"oh ok, do you know anyone in the area that does any gunsmithing?"
>"yea, our udder store, about that way"
>"where?"
>*smacks lips* "hop on I95 and drive about 97 miles north"

sometimes I cant believe this state claims to be from the south, they hate trucks, hard labor and firearms
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Decided against buying one last year for $299. A 39-2. Regret it to this day.
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>>28661042
lad..
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My 59. Another LEO trade in, the wraparounds came with the gun. Lots of holster and use wear. I'm sure the last owner had more than a few good stories.
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>>28660694
No problem at all my friend. Pay us back with pictures of your project.
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>>28649056
in the 70's, so-called "pinto" finished guns were in vogue. Smith & Wesson had the option of having it one at the factory and some gunsmiths would nickle plate barrels and cylinders to give the same effect. Your gun might be a factory job and S&W might have records of the work. If not, it may have been done by a gunsmith. A third option is that the original owner might have had issues with galling, as many early stainless pistols did. To remedy this, he may have mixed and matched a blued slide onto his stainless frame
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tfw
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>>28661022
Trucks and hard labor are gay.
-Georgian
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>>28649056
My grandfather was a cop in illinois in the early to mid 1970's. He carried a model 59, same gun as the model 39 but with double stack mag, for a while as well as a Model 10 revolver.
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>>28661131
haha holy fucking god people actually drink that pirate swill, me and my room mate in the marines took turns downing a bottle of sailor jerry and all I remembered was banging on other peoples doors until someone opened and then I puked in their toilet, went back to my room and my room mate was passed out on top of my pizza yet under my bed.
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>>28661050
How much are these going for these days? Assuming a prime 39-2 unfired from the 70's. A200XXX number.
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>>28665629
About $700-$800
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>>28663128
Thanks for the info. Really might have to get that S&W history report after all.
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>>28665985
God damn really? Thought my old man got swindled for his but I guess he didn't do too bad.
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