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I think Smith & Wesson make the greatest revolvers.  I'm not so impressed with their semi-auto pistolas (until the teamed up with Walther, now they make the decent SW-99) S&W offered a deal to NRA instructors a few years back where we could get selected pistols at approx. $25 under wholesale to use for our instruction.  I needed one to take the DPS Certification for CHL instructors.  I chose the SW686+ with 4" barrel.  I shot a perfect score with it the first time I had ever shot it!

I recently bought a new SW1911Sc which is the first 1911 style pistol I've owned in 10 years.  It is an incredible pistol for the money (under $750) and is quite a beauty too!  I liked it so much I bought two more of the Commander size and a full size!  I also inherited a Model 52-1 which is incredible, and then I had to have a Model 952.  I will admit that I can't shoot it as well as my HK USP Elite 9mm, but it's still a nice shooter.

I've recently added a S&W M&P 15 T to my stable.  It is an excellent AR15 pattern rifle.

My first new SW1911SC - Excellent 1911 Commander
 



Performance Center 952
 

My second SW1911SC - Excellent 1911 Commander
 

My "one hole" group shot at Bass Pro 1/20/06 with
Fiocchi 123gr FMJ-TC Ammo at 7 Yds.




My Formerly Owned SW1911PD Full Size and Commander Scandium
 

Smith and Wesson Model 52-1



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My new SW 1911 PD Tactical Rail

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My new SW 1911 PD Tactical Rail

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My new SW Performance Center 1911

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My New SW Performance Center 1911

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Sporting new Carbon Creations Carbon Fibre Grips !

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Sporting new Carbon Creations Carbon Fibre Grips !

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SW1911 PD Tactical Rail with Grey Carbon Fibre Grips

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PC1911 Melonite with Red Carbon Fibre Grips

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SW1911 Sc with Blue Carbon Fibre Grips

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M&P 15T




New POW/MIA "Rolling Thunder" Commemorative
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My New SW1911 PD Gunsite Edition

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