old school,always more interesting ,My S&W CS9 Custom

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    old school,always more interesting ,My S&W CS9 Custom

    picked this up the other day,check out the jewled barrel and polished SS
    came with 2 mags,box and night sights LNIB for 500otd - old school S&W always seems to blow me away
    with great triggers and superior fit and finish , I dunno why they dropped all these metal gems for the
    M&P glock wannabee but this is a joy to shoot



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    That's super sweet!!! Nice touches with the jeweled components and night sights. I'm of the personal opinion that steel frame guns seem to have soul...I just don't get that sense from tupperware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    That's super sweet!!! Nice touches with the jeweled components and night sights. I'm of the personal opinion that steel frame guns seem to have soul...I just don't get that sense from tupperware.


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    The 06 looks almost perfect, the 04 looks weather-worn but the price reflects that.
    They are kick-butt IMHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oneshot View Post
    ^^^^^^^^YEP^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


    For 16 years I had a Model 39-2, sold it to a guy at work, to buy another pistol, then bought an M&P9c, shot them, love it, but late last year, on a whim bought a 6906, and a 6904.
    The 06 looks almost perfect, the 04 looks weather-worn but the price reflects that.
    They are kick-butt IMHO.
    i also have a 39-2 nice gun ,had an M&P but sold it

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    Quote Originally Posted by tea1 View Post
    .I just don't get that sense from tupperware.
    Tupperware = Glock, S&W M&P, or other polymer frame pistols.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoadRunner71 View Post
    Tupperware = Glock, S&W M&P, or other polymer frame pistols.
    this S&W is about the same size as a G26,a tad thinner

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    Very nice looking pistol. I've been eying a S&W 6906 myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonnycrocket View Post
    this S&W is about the same size as a G26,a tad thinner
    That's because you lose 3 rounds.
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    Polymer is largely about profit. Smith could certainly still sell plenty of 3rd Gen. guns, but the profit margin would be small. The tooling, machining and material cost are huge on a metal frame gun compared to injection molded plastic frames. I think it's a shame they didn't keep a couple of the 3rd Gen. guns in the catalogue, but that would mean more competition for the M&P's. I'm thinking they are still producing one of the .45's for a LE agency contract some where.

    I've been looking for a special LE trade in Smith at a good price and will add at least one to my collection; either a 3913 or 6906.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C hawk Glock View Post
    That's because you lose 3 rounds.
    I only need ONE......

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    That is a sweet little S&W you got there. I have looked at them long and hard myself just never pulled the trigger on one. Been thinking about picking one up for my son here lately.

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    I completely out of luck purchased a 3913TSW as my first handgun. I have since added to the collection but it still holds a high place in my heart. Often wish it were a 3953 but I will probably add one eventually.

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