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S&W M39 S&WM39 Silver S&W M459 S&W M439

210 GBP  /  $295 USD  /  245 Euros  SOLD


Smith & Wesson M39

9mm - Silver  Finish


MGC: S&W M39 9mm Silver version

In very good condition, unused / unfired.  Made 80's and 90's. Includes: Original box, original instructions,  9rd stainless magazine, 6x MGC 9mm blowback cartridges  (reusable - requires PFC primer cap / not included)

     Functions, Fires, Field strips Exactly like the real thing.
     Caliber:  .9mm  blowback brass cartridges - Reusable
     Weight unloaded approx:  605g 

      Capacity: 9 + 1 chamber     (Single stack magazine)

     Power:  7mm PFC cap Blowback.  - Open barrel     
     Materials:  Heavyweight abs & zinc alloy parts ect..
     Firing Mode:  Semi-automatic

Any questions please email:   sales@mg-props.co.uk   We ship internationally.  Please ask for a shipping quote

PFC Primer caps:   11.00  / 8.50 per box  (1 box = 100 PFC caps)

Nylon Black Holster:   23.10 / 16.95    

Black Shoulder Holster:  29.45 /  22.95   Type 1      Type 2

Tactical Leg Holster (right leg) with magazine holder:  29.45 /  22.95

Lockable Aluminium Storage / Carry Case:   29.45 /  22.95

    Great for storing or safe transport. Foam lined and lockable.

U.S. Property storage / carry case:   27.45 / 18.95

  For most pistols / revolvers

Brief info on S&W M39

The history of the post-World War 2 S&W semi-autos began from its famous model 39 pistol, the first productional Double Action pistol made in USA. The development ot the model 39 began in 1949, and first production pistols saw the market in 1955.
Basically, all later S&W centerfire semi-autos are further developments of model 39. Model 39 was recoil operated, locked breech firearm, utilising Browning High-power type locking principle and double action trigger with slide-mounted safety switch, also working as a decocker when switched to "safe" position. In 1970, S&W introduced model 59, a high-capacity (double stack magazine) modification of the model 39. The other difference between mod.39 and 59 was that mod.59 featured straight backstrap while mod.39 featured curved backstrap. Those two models formed so called First generation of S&W semi-autos. Both model 39 and model 59 are discontinued from production since 1980 or so.

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