Smith & Wesson’s Suppressed Model 39 Was for Shooting Guard Dogs
Smith & Wesson developed its Model 39 handgun in the early 1950s in response to requests from the U.S. Army for a new, lighter service pistol chambered in nine-by-19 millimeter. When the initial interest from the Army evaporated, Smith & Wesson was left with a modern semi-automatic handgun —... Read more
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