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They're both ugly as sin. Interesting serial number on the stainless, AAD00158. That implies there are some 30,157 preceding examples ready to go.


But I'm not buying that one.
 

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Looks exactly like the S&W frames :(
Maybe old stock? The ones that were featured a few months ago in that digital magazine article appeared to have been better machined and almost looked like Interarms quality.

Not old stock. Fort Smith went with the same redesigned tang, which though not as aesthetic to some, I find to be an improvement. To me, it makes the gun better balanced, easier to control, faster on followup shots, and reduces Walther bite.
 

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Don’t you mean 300,157? AAA00000 to AAA99999 = 100,000 x 3.

I’m not buying it either.

:D

Guess math isn't my strong suit . . . at least when I posted that. :D
 

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Maybe the serial number on the stainless sin is rather AA000158 but interesting anyway because it features the last digit being a check digit. If that's the case, a single trash can is enough for storage. :rolleyes:

I blew up on screen the photo. It definitely looked to be AAD rather than AA0.
 

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9x17, 9mm kurz, 9mm short, .380ACP, 9mmK etc. are all terms you might find in reference to the same caliber.

As well as, "9mm Browning," and "9mm corto (Spanish and Italian)."
 
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