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    Default S&W Model 910

    Are they any good? what accesories can you put on them if any?

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    Default Re: S&W Model 910

    3rd Gen 5900 series pistols, basically. Fine guns, mine worked very well, though I only had it for about 500 rounds. All of the older S&W autos I've owned have worked very well indeed.
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    I've been shooting one for quite a few years...they're SUPER reliable. These are "value-line" pistols...the finish isn't as nice as the main line guns and there are some plastic parts but nothing's broken on my gun yet. I'd give them a thumbs-up.
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    I used to have a 915, same gun with a 15rd mag. Excellent pistol, very accurate, never had one problem with it. My dad also had one. It was what he switched to after carrying a Smith revolver for 20 years, managed to quailfy second in the department with it first time out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spentshells2 View Post
    Are they any good? what accesories can you put on them if any?
    Thanks for posting this thread. I have also been looking at this gun as well, I love the way it feels in my hand and the last S&W auto I owned was flawless. The best price I have seen so far is $525, does that sound about right?
    Rehab is for quitters!!

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    Wow I just posted a thread about the exact same gun. at about the same time. after only having the gun for about a week now I have put about 300 rounds through it with out a hitch. So far I love the gun. Accurate, reliable(So far), easy to use and care for. Not the prettiest gun in the world but definatley seems to serve its purpose. I was also looking for feedback on longevity and any problems anyone has had with them.

    As far as accessories go I have only really seen laser grips and night sights. I am sure there is more out there I haven't looked really hard yet.

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    I purchased the 910 in 1995 at A.F.Boyer Hardware in slatington for $365 dollars. its got about 500 rounds down the pipe.Im just gona keep her the way she is. thanks for the great feed back.

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    I have one more question about the 910 it makes alot of noise when i carry it in the holster like somthing is loose inside is this normal? I dont carry to often just around the house somtimes no ltcf yet its on its way. thanks

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    Default Re: S&W Model 910

    I just checked mine...if I shake it really hard i can hear a very faint "tick" from inside. BTW, Hi-Viz has a fiber optic front sight for the 910...cheap (about $20) but be informed...it's plastic. I've had mine on the gun for about 6 months or so...shot several IDPA matches in that time. It hasn't broken.

    http://www.hivizsights.com/SW2001-Ha...mbo-P27C9.aspx
    Last edited by Bib; March 8th, 2009 at 06:19 PM. Reason: add link
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    Thanks Bib I'm going to check out Hi-Viz

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