Smith & Wesson Model 39
Country of origin

United States of America


Smith & Wesson

Production began


Production ended


Weapon type


  • 9x19mm Parabellum
  • Action

    Recoil/Double Action

    Overall length

    7.5 in.( 190 mm.)

    Barrel length

    4 in. (102 mm.)

    Weight empty

    27.52 oz.

    Magazine/Cylinder capacity

    8+1 detachable box magazine

    Cyclic rate


    Among the first semi-automatic pistols to be developed by Smith & Wesson, the Smith and Wesson Model 39 was also the first double-action pistol chambered in 9mm Parabellum to be produced in the United States, starting in 1954. The Model 39 was a recoil-operated, locked-breech pistol with adjustable sights. The Model 39 was finished in factory black with chequered grips. it also has a stainless-steel counterpart, the Model 639, albeit with a modified trigger guard.

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