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08-29-2003, 11:14 AM
Have a guy who has a Smith & Wesson 40 cal. auto. with double triggers, and a problem.
Where's the safety on said critter? Says there aren't any buttons or anything on it so ....
Any suggestions would be helpful.
08-29-2003, 12:31 PM
Bree the S&W I'm assuming is double action only? and should have an amidextious saftey (lever on both sides).
Can you supply more information?
We'll do our best to figure it out. :)
08-31-2003, 07:45 PM
I agree that it should have one but he says there's not one there. I have not seen it yet but he's supposed to be bringing it for me to look at. more info later.
09-01-2003, 04:39 AM
In writing your opening sentence, you state: Have a guy who has a Smith & Wesson 40 cal. auto. with double triggers, and a problem. I am led to believe that you are talking about a double action triger, not a pistol with two triggers.
Is this correct?
Maybe this will help you.~~~~~~~
S&W makes two models of their 40 caliber pistols that do not have manual safties on them. The SW40VE
And the SW Model 99.
The S&W Model 410 has a single safety on the left side of the slide. http://www.smith-wesson.com/products/firearms/images/standard/sw104740.jpg
And both the 4003TSW (Aluminum Alloy / Stainless Steel) and the 4006TSW (Stainless Steel) have an ambidextrous safety.
What is the problem with the weapon he's bringing you?
Is it something you are considering getting for yourself?
09-01-2003, 09:10 PM
good to hear from you. No I am not getting this for me. He just had some questions because he didn't have a manual for the weapon. I told him I would ask my learned buddies(HA!!) if they could help, because he hasn't been in the game for 7 -8 years.
And it is a double action trigger not double triggers.
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