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how can I post a pic? How do you actually get the pic on the page?
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Join a free image hosting site such as hunt101.com, servimg.com then when you are doing your message, copy the link for the hosted picture.

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I just purchased my third S&W in less than three months (I guess it is true, you can't stop at one).





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I just posted pictures of my 4505 on another thread. It is a blue steel 4506 refinished once after I was forced by my agency to retire it in favor of department issued tupperware. The frame is Armaloy, the grips are Hogue. I added the S&W medallions.
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Here are two of my three duty pistols along with their big brothers from other mothers. 5906TSW, 4566TSW, Remington 870 Police and DTI M4







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Here are my two.

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mp 40 with laserlyte rear sight and hiviz front with fangface extreme shock ammo
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Here are a couple pics of my daily carry. I have a CS9 in the CA 10 day jail. Will post pics when I pick it up at the end of the week.




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My new to me S&W 659 and 6906. I can't stop collecting these S&W semi autos



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My new M&P9c w/ night sights, along with my 9Pro

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My old 3913 I just keep hangin on to. Took it out shooting today, still goes bang every time.

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Wow....now that's a good looking stable!!!
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My latest addition...S&W1086 10mm
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Top to bottom: U22 Neos (not a smith, but fun none the less), M&P 9fs w/ crisom laser grip, BG .380

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M&P 9mm I picked up for my girlfriend. It works flawlessly, it certainly isn't my cup of tea but it works and she can shoot it well.



I posted these two in another thread, my first 3rd Generation semiautos a 457 and a CS45 (both NIB until I got my hands on them!). I'm trying hard not to go back to the shop to buy the other .45s they've got left!



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S&W 1006, 1026, 1066


Glock 29 and 20. G20 has 6" Jarvis National Match barrel. Going down the left next is a Star Megastar Starvel finish, S&W 1006, S&W 1026, S&W 1066, S&W 610 Classic 6.5". Over to a Ruger Hawkeye Blackhawk 10mm & 38-40 convertible, Colt Delta Elite Gold Cup, up to a Auto Ordnance 1911, Colt Double Eagle Lightweight Officer's model with both 40S&W and 10mm barrels, and lastly a Colt Double Eagle w/ adjustable sights.


Posted some smaller versions of these when someone asked about 10mm. Wanted to toss in to the 3rd Gen lovers too...
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Well! My wife thinks I have a problem, well yea DesertFox has more 10's than me...LOL
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A couple are missing from the photo too... Trying for one 10mm of each but the 1046 and Bren side of things are really tough.
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A couple are missing from the photo too... Trying for one 10mm of each but the 1046 and Bren side of things are really tough.
I here you on the Bren Tens, I did fill the 1046 space in my collection, there was one locally by me that went for $3350, excellent condition with box and papers, another went for $3100, both wer on GB's site.

I had a deposite on the VLTOR (vaporware) but that was a shot in the dark!

I may need to hit a lottery for a few more...
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I recall bidding against you for at least one of those 1046...

The full-on set of Brens may take more than a lottery hit!

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Here is my M&P 45 I've had for 3 years now, and my new SW1911E I've had for 4 days
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My recently acquired 5906, which now has a Hogue rubber grip, and a Wolff 18# recoil spring.

The second photo depicts my trusty 915, which I equipped with Trijicon night sights, a Wolff 18# recoil spring, and a Hogue 'hand-all' grip sleeve.





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Felt like doing another picture of my 915 today.


Model 915 with KA-BAR Kraton G Handled Mark I
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This is my Doug Koenig Smith custom in .38 super. Smooth as silk. I only had to send it back to the factory once.
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All,

It's GREAT to see all of the Smith 'Bottom Feeders' in attendance! In the last year, I have purchased seven (7) of them, due to my gunsmith's urging. "Mama Bear" is NOT happy!

To placate her, I bought her the custom 3914 and sent it back to Springfield to have the safety changed to a decocker-only and the barrel witness hole. The upepr half and parts were hard-chromed by the previous owner. It has a Wolff RP 17# mainspring to lighten up the trigger pull.

I have 1X 645 (before pics, prior to her going to Chestnut Mountain Sports where Karl Sokol will 'modernize' her). Next up are the two 4566s. One is a 'Rail Gun' with the addition of the Novak M1913 rail and X300 with SIG P220/226 DevGroup Switch.

There's also the 4003TSWs. One is without the TSW Rail and the other is a 'Rail Gun'. The one with the rail is presently in Springfield and is getting a facelift with a refinish. If it works, I may send it back to them to have the TSW rail taken off and the Novak Rail riveted on, so it'll accept the same X300 setup as the 4566 'Rail Gun'. The current TSW rail was slightly opened up to accept the U/P latch on the X300.

All of the 3rd Gens in my armory will have the ROBAR-ized grip stippling (the 3914, 4566s, 1X 4003 and the 645 have them so stippled). The ones that are left are the 5906 and 4003 'Rail Gun'.

All of the 3rd Gens (sans the 3914) have the Ed Brown extended safety. I bought nine (9) of them for $57 on Gun Broker (thinking it was for 1/ea). Imagine my surprise when 9 of them showed up. 7 were for 10mm/.45 and 2 were for 9mm/.40 S&W. The 4003TSWs used both of the smaller units. To my happy surprise, I found that the 10mm/.45 safety fit the 5906 with a modicum of shaving. VERY EASY to wipe off the safety during the draw.

I just changed the triggers on the 4566s to the CHP Stainless triggers (from B-'Nells) from the black MIM triggers. It just looks better with the stainless set-up.

The 5906 was taken home, stripped naked and cleaned from stem to stern. She was a former San Diego PD officer's piece. She was actually pretty clean inside. I replaced her trigger with one of the MIMs from the 4566s and a new bobbed MIM hammer from Gun Parts. I like the bobbed hammer. Outside of holster retention, the spur does nothing, as the 3rd Gens have re-strike capability.

The 645 will wear a thinner .312" CHP trigger and a bobbed/serrated 6906 hammer when she comes back from a summer in Vermont. Karl Sokol will also fit a 1911 front Novak Tritium sight as well as de-horn the piece. As I stated, she will have a set of 1988-vintage S&W Nylon grip panels ROBAR-ized. She'll be gently bead-blasted to give her a nice stain look.

The 5906 is at the 'smith now getting de-horned. After she comes back with "good manners", she'll go to Springfield and be entrusted to Jim Rae and his fellow Team members at the Performance Center. There, she'll have a S&W factory Tritium front sight fitted, bead blasted, barrel witness hole and gone through to make sure she's fit for duty. She'll wear a set of Xenoy straight grips that were ROBAR-ized.

The 3rd Gens are ADDICTIVE. Their value is further buttressed by the fact that they are wonderful shooters and are built with so much redundancy. They truly are the best value in pistols.












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My model 41:




Same gun with a Bully Barrel:




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Thanks to Fastbolt with the tip on modifying the Hogue grips. I cut 'em a tad short. It's not pretty, but fully functional!
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This is FEEFTEE NINE model we steel from Earth to take to our planet. We get last night in Topeka, KS. Sorry about lighting on our spacesheep.
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I would respectivey request more people label there pics. These are awesome pics of your guns. But being somewhat of a newbie and not having memorized all the weapons S&W has ever produced it would be helpful. Thanks
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Three words: Don't try it.

There's a picture floatin' around somewhere of the "Dealer's Wheel" S&W made for FFLs. There are so many varieties of 3rd Gen firearms made that a literal wheel of guns has to be used to keep it all straight. If there's a guy smart enough to memorize the varieties of S&W semi autos made he's probably busy at some lab in Los Alamos playing with antimatter particles.

As for the models above I posted, the stainless steel/aluminum model on top is a 5903, and the blued one is a 5904.
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My favorite shooter is 4506- followed by the 5906 Then again I haven't fired the 39-2 or 59.
I am on the look out for very used examples of these so I can shoot them.
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Nice pistols all, but to Mr. mbliss...thats a heckava beautiful family yas got goin on over there sir!!!
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My CS 40 and BG 380.


My CS 40 with Big Dog grips added.

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