What kind of gun is the Smith and Wesson 3913?

What kind of gun is the Smith and Wesson 3913?

They have slightly different sight packages and different checkering, and later models all sport a tactical light rail. This same, basic gun has also been recently offered as a “standard” 3913. It is currently offered as a “value model” 908 and 908S.

What does TSW stand for in Smith and Wesson?

The “TSW” moniker is marketing-speak for “Tactical Smith & Wesson.” The TSW pistols are the top of the line guns. They have slightly different sight packages and different checkering, and later models all sport a tactical light rail.

What kind of magazine does the 3913 TSW have?

The 3913 TSW is a single-stack 9mm, meaning the magazine is designed to hold only a single row of ammunition. In a world of double-stack Glocks, Berettas, SIGs and H&Ks, the single-stack 9mm has become a bit lost in the crowd.

How much does a Smith and Wesson barrel cost?

Smith & Wesson and wesson model 3913 in 9mm 3 inch ” barrel PRICE: $610.00 MANUFACTURER: Smith & Wesson

What kind of safety does the TSW 3913 have?

The 3913 TSW comes configured with what S&W calls “traditional double-action” or TDA. In the TDA configuration, the gun has an ambidextrous, slide-mounted, de-cocking/safety lever. The gun is designed to be carried with the hammer down, requiring a long, double-action pull to fire the first shot.

Where can I find Smith and Wesson product spec sheets?

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