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AIM has a batch of these currently. I've been shopping for an inexpensive 9mm and prefer to buy one from someone who will retail directly to me. As an Ohio resident AIM is a prime candidate. I've purchased police trade-in weapons from them before and have been pleased with the value. Having said all of that, what can anyone say about this particular pistol? They appear to to be SA/DA with adjustable sites, but I am not sure. The S&W website doesn't list them as currently in production. What is the history of this pistol?
 

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Hi there curioandrelic,

I've seen them advertised for quite a while in the Southern Ohio Guns Flyers.

They appear to be the 3rd generation offering of S&W semi-automatic pistols. As a police trade-in condition varies from good to very good.

Like most police turn-ins, they will exhibit a some externalwear, in my opinion, but very little mechanical wear and offer a outstanding value to the person that wants to get into a caliber and action type with a reasonable investment.

Chris
 

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My limited experience with S&W autos is that they're extremely reliable. The DA/SA trigger doesn't work for me, but they do for a lot of people.

Probably an excellent value.


Regards,

Pat
 
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The 5904 is the matt black finish 3rd generation "small" frame auto pistol.

The 5904 is excellent and extremely reliable and well built... plus it has the S&W lifetime warranty.

They are a great value.

V/r

Chuck


AIM has a batch of these currently. I've been shopping for an inexpensive 9mm and prefer to buy one from someone who will retail directly to me. As an Ohio resident AIM is a prime candidate. I've purchased police trade-in weapons from them before and have been pleased with the value. Having said all of that, what can anyone say about this particular pistol? They appear to to be SA/DA with adjustable sites, but I am not sure. The S&W website doesn't list them as currently in production. What is the history of this pistol?
 
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