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Old 09-21-2016, 11:52 AM
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Hello to all forum members, I have been sent these articles over the year's of my collecting S&W model 41's 46's and 52's, by other forum member's. I have saved them all, and shared them whenever possible. I am happy to say they are all here now, and available anytime for all who wish to view or download.

A special thank's to all who contributed these to me, and another special thanks to Dave who was able to get these posted for all to read.

Thanks again to all, and Enjoy the articles. Jim

Hatcher on the Model 41 - American Rifleman Jan 58

Handloading the Model 52 - Gun Digest 63

Loveless M41 - American Rifleman Nov 70

Loveless Model 41 - Gun World March 75

Model 41 Conversions - Guns September 80
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Thank you very much for posting these articles. I have found them to be very helpful and informative as well.
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Unfortunately the best article I had was not one the S&W forum could post here, it's the model 41-46 article I have that was written by the SWCA.
You would honestly think, What's the difference, it would be nice to get it here as well. You don't see it any where else being offered up for people to read and learn from it?
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That Model 52 article is one of the finest I have ever come across, thanks so much for sharing it.
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Unfortunately the best article I had was not one the S&W forum could post here, it's the model 41-46 article I have that was written by the SWCA.
You would honestly think, What's the difference, it would be nice to get it here as well. You don't see it any where else being offered up for people to read and learn from it?
Did you ask them if you post it? It might generate some interest in membership for them.
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Unfortunately the best article I had was not one the S&W forum could post here, it's the model 41-46 article I have that was written by the SWCA.
Can you post a link to where that article can be found?
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As noted an excellent collection of info. - maybe it could be bookmarked under the semi auto section as reference material.
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I tried to find it online, but with no success. Just a bookmark here would be great, or even a search term that will let Google take me to it. I've read all the other articles - curious what this one is about.
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