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S&w 3913ls

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by SuperNova, Jul 21, 2003.

  1. SuperNova

    SuperNova

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    Any comments on this pistol?
    Looking to buy one, but would like some input. Thank you. :)
     
  2. hk40lbuddies

    hk40lbuddies

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    I picked one up for my now ex-wife.

    It's a good size for small hands, reliable and accurate.

    The trigger pull is a little longer than I like - but doesn't seem to be a problem for most people.

    I use it as one of the training weapons when I teach the CCW class here.

    I'd recomend renting or borrowing one (if you can) before purchasing it to be sure it's a good fit for you.
     

  3. Ulysses

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    3913TSW is much better. Love the rail for light mounting at home. Great Trigger, a little pricey but holds up great. If I had to own but one 9mm other than a GLock this would be it.

    Great for postive administration using the safety to avoid any risk of Negligent discharge.
     
  4. Kilroy

    Kilroy JAFMP Millennium Member

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    The 3953 is S&Ws first iteration of a double action only pistol. It is actually pretty decent. A shorter trigger pull then the regular double action, as the hammer resets to about half cock each time the slide cycles.