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    S&W 3rd Gen Semi Autos

    Figure the CZers have their club we should have our own. I know there are several of us lurking in the shadows out there, so I'll start it up. Bought my first 3rd gen in 2012 a 4506-1. I have since followed it up with a 5906, 5946, 3906, 5903, and 3913. I have owned a 6906, but didn't like how it felt in my hand. There's nothing that compares to a pure stainless steel tank that was built to last with some topping out at 36oz empty.
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    S&W 4505 is definitely high up on my to buy list.
    Insatiable gun lust

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    Quote Originally Posted by BogWalker View Post
    S&W 4505 is definitely high up on my to buy list.
    If you can find one. I would like to find some of the transitionals.
    “Son, when the Marine Corps wants you to have a wife, you will be issued one.” -Chesty Puller


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    Does the 915 count in this? I've liked mine since I got it in about 1996.
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    Absolutely loved my 3913. Awesome trigger. I had rosewood grips on it too. But I decided to go with only striker fired for EDC. So I sold it to fund my XDs purchase. I'd love to have a 1006 for fun.


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    Quote Originally Posted by T.Lex View Post
    Does the 915 count in this? I've liked mine since I got it in about 1996.
    Of course it does, but not the 910, 909, or 908. I dislike the value line with the plastic parts.
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    Marksman dbrier's Avatar
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    My very first gun back in 1992ish was a brand new 5903. As I bought more firearms later, I eventually sold and regreted it. I picked a decent one a year or so ago. I also picked up a good 3913 recently from a member here.
    I love my 3rd gens.

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    I have a 5926 I bought back in the 80's.

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    I have a 1006 that will out shoot most of my 1911's. Carried for several years till a STI 2011 Perfect 10 with a 6" barrel came along.
    Battle of Belleau Wood, The Battle of Iwo Jima, Battle of Chosin Reservor,Tet Offensive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbrier View Post
    My very first gun back in 1992ish was a brand new 5903. As I bought more firearms later, I eventually sold and regreted it. I picked a decent one a year or so ago. I also picked up a good 3913 recently from a member here.
    I love my 3rd gens.
    That's the way it was with my first 5906. I sold it as I couldn't hit anything and the sights were seized. Then regretted especially when my wife said she wanted it after I had sold it. I finally found another one that worked for me. I'm starting to feel the same about that 6906 but more for collector appeal and maybe some shooting. My 3913 I drove down to Indy after a guy on FB was looking for an LC9 for his wife. I had only 375 in the gun and gear, but knew I would be getting the better deal. I was even better when i found out it was a DOC trade in made in 2000. I have seen the 3913's appreciate in value by about 75-125 in the last year.


       
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