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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by bac1023, Oct 5, 2012.
I had a steel 39, wish I hadn't sold it...............
Look what people are asking for them today...
It is absolutely gorgeous. Congrats.
You have my permission to go and find a 639 to make yourself feel better. Cheaper than a blued steel one.
Very nice pistol!!!
IIRC my first OJT trainer participated in the AF trials for those. Not sure exactly what -#. He liked the gun, I think he bought one when he got out to go home and work for the Indiana State Police.
IIRC the ISP were the first "big" LE agency to adopt the 39
Actually, the 539 is basically the same thing as a steel 39.
Yep in 1967
True but here on the coast, I have never laid eyes on one. Stainless was the rage
The 539 is fairly rare. They were only built between 1982 and 1985 and only about 5000 or so were made.
That's not many compared other Smith models.
very cool, my friend inherited one from his dad when he passed the steel model you referrnced i wish he was more into guns all i told him is its worth a bunch of $ and not to sell it ever unless he got with me first
Yeah, the steel models are worth some money.
You don't know how many times I've thought about getting a cut of a similar shade carpet, and about 15 highpoints to do a layout and post under "BAC's arsenal unveild"
Wow,that's really nice.
That is a beautiful S&W 39 bac! Congrats!
Dam that's one fantastic looking piece! Congratulations!
I'd really like to know what gun shops you go to. The places I frequent don't ever have that nice of stuff! You seem to always have all the luck!