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Hey guys, I'm curious to know if there are any definitive guides to Smith Semi-autos out there that are a must have. Something that covers all generations thoroughly to date.
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Get the Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson. You can find it on Amazon. It is the bible.
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that's exactly what I was looking for, thank you...nice Respol pic btw...shame they started making them in anything other than a 1000rr
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There is the armourers guide as well.
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The Standard catalog 3rd edition is easily the best book to buy, it lists all semi-autos to about 2006.
There is a good chapter of early semi-auto information in History of S&W by Roy Jinks and general information in Smith & Wesson's Autos by Duncan Long.
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