From an estate in Northwest Alabama, by way of one of our favorite dealer colleagues in our sister state, comes this pristine Smith & Wesson model 39 semi-auto, second engineering change. The first run of model 39s hit in 1954, according to the Standard Catalog; they borrowed from the venerable Walther P-38 and also had John Moses Browning’s influence upon the barrel system. 39-2 production began about 1959 as premium non-numbered specimens. Specs are traditional double-and-single action semi-auto pistol; caliber 9mm Luger; 8 + 1 magazine capacity on the original blue steel magazines with steel floorplate, and 9 + 1 capacity on the currently produced stainless mags with polymer floorplate; gloss black alloy grip frame; checkered walnut grip panels; serrated blue steel hammer and .365 blue steel smooth face combat trigger; magazine safety, firing pin safety and left-side / right-hand-shooter decocking safety; windage adjustable blade insert Lollipop rear sight with slide-integral 1/8 inch serrated ramp front sight; 4 inch barrel; weight empty 27 ounces. These pistols set the standard for years for quality lightweight semi-auto 9mms. This specimen’s serial number range is A593000, manufactured in 1979. Its only surface detractions are fewer than a half dozen tiny scours on the grip panels, none of which penetrate the glossy finish; and faint amounts of whitening on the muzzle edges of the slide, rear sight, and safety lever high points. The blue magazine has two small white spots on its right side. We rate it as Excellent, since no more than 5 percent of its surfaces are affected by our estimate; photos, at any rate, ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. It is certainly excellent mechanically; bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright, clean, and excellent. When we got it carbon residue in the bore was minimal. We do not believe this 39-2 has been fired more than 50 times. We are including, as the photos show, a current production blue plastic factory case, instruction manual, and current production stainless bodied magazine in addition to the original blue steel magazine. We’re offering this very attractive Smith & Wesson 39-2 for only $ 589.95. Not transferable to civilians in California, D.C., or Massachusetts. If we keep the new magazine, box and manual, only $ 575 freight paid.
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