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Old 05-22-2020, 11:07 AM
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Found this on another forum. Tried to put it on PhotoBucket but can not log on (guess Iím not paying them enough).

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Try this

https://www.luckygunner.com/lounge/g...omatic-models/

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That damn chart cost me plenty (but I'm not complaining).

I came across it a few years ago and decided, "Wouldn't it be neat to get at least one example of each generation in each caliber. Now I don't "collect" museum pieces, shooters be good enough for me. But I've got got at least one of all of 'em except a 10mm (which ain't happen'n) and a .40 (preferably a 4006TSW CHP in memory of my best pal, a former CHiP).

I keep trading up in terms of quality if I find something better than what I have at a good price. And two of them, the CS9 and 4513TSW got worked on and are now two of my mainstay carry guns (the others are a 642, Beretta PX4 compact, and a Shield in .45acp).

I found a similar chart for Beretta...so I'm hoping this year's harvest of the money tree is a good one...there's a whole bunch of Berettas on that chart.
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Those CHP guns are plentiful on GB
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Good chart, we have been passing that around for a good number of years. See also the similar chart for third gens on SCSW (4th Edition) Page 334.
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Be aware there are discrepancies in the chart. 6946's do not follow the numbering system. There are others too, I believe.
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That damn chart cost me plenty (but I'm not complaining).

I came across it a few years ago and decided, "Wouldn't it be neat to get at least one example of each generation in each caliber. Now I don't "collect" museum pieces, shooters be good enough for me. But I've got got at least one of all of 'em except a 10mm (which ain't happen'n) and a .40 (preferably a 4006TSW CHP in memory of my best pal, a former CHiP).

I keep trading up in terms of quality if I find something better than what I have at a good price. And two of them, the CS9 and 4513TSW got worked on and are now two of my mainstay carry guns (the others are a 642, Beretta PX4 compact, and a Shield in .45acp).

I found a similar chart for Beretta...so I'm hoping this year's harvest of the money tree is a good one...there's a whole bunch of Berettas on that chart.

Off to use the Google machine.
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That damn chart cost me plenty (but I'm not complaining).

I came across it a few years ago and decided, "Wouldn't it be neat to get at least one example of each generation in each caliber. Now I don't "collect" museum pieces, shooters be good enough for me. But I've got got at least one of all of 'em except a 10mm (which ain't happen'n) and a .40 (preferably a 4006TSW CHP in memory of my best pal, a former CHiP).

I keep trading up in terms of quality if I find something better than what I have at a good price. And two of them, the CS9 and 4513TSW got worked on and are now two of my mainstay carry guns (the others are a 642, Beretta PX4 compact, and a Shield in .45acp).

I found a similar chart for Beretta...so I'm hoping this year's harvest of the money tree is a good one...there's a whole bunch of Berettas on that chart.
I know what you mean. Last summer I bought a CS9 and the rest is history:

3913
3914
4006 (CHP turn in)
6906
4513TSW

Also bought and sold a 410 and another 6906. Since last summer. The CS9 now sports a set of custom grips made from cut down 3913 grips by Delrin TercGenn.

This is the CS9 that started this 3rd Gen S&W thing:






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