You’ll Love This Download If:
- You need to disassemble a Smith & Wesson Model 439
- You need to fix or upgrade your Model 439
- You need to get your S&W Model 439 back together!
The Smith & Wesson Model 439 is a semi-automatic pistol that holds 14 rounds of 9mm and is a variant of the more popular Model 459. This assembly-disassembly download contains instructions and photos for field-stripping and detail-stripping the pistol, from the slide and hammer to the trigger assembly, grips and sights. If you need to clean your handgun, or repair it, this is your complete guide. And once you’re finished, simply follow the steps in reverse order (with special instructions for reassembly) to get it back together and ready for the range.
Note: These instructions also apply to the Smith & Wesson Model 459, Smith & Wesson Model 439, Smith & Wesson Model 469, Smith & Wesson Model 639, Smith & Wesson Model 645, Smith & Wesson Model 659, Smith & Wesson Model 669 .
In Smith & Wesson Model 439 Assembly-Disassembly Instructions Download You’ll Learn:
- How to field strip the Model 439 pistol
- How to completely disassemble the handgun
- How your pistol works, inside and out
A Word From the Author:
"Except for the fully adjustable rear sight in its protective mount, the Model 459 and 439 pistols look very much like the Models 59 and 39 which they replaced. Inside, though, there were extensive mechanical changes which make the takedown and reassembly very different in some areas. One of the most notable additions is an automatic firing pin block safety system. This series of S&W pistols is now being referred to as the Ã¢â‚¬Å“second generation.Ã¢â‚¬Â In addition to the models mentioned above, it also includes Model 639 and 659 (stainless steel), the compact versions, Models 469 and 669, and the 45 ACP, Model 645." — J.B. Wood
A Note on Reassembly:
Most of the firearms covered in this book can be reassembled by simply reversing the order of disassembly, carefully replacing the parts in the same manner they were removed. In a few instances, special instructions are required, and these are listed with each gun under “Reassembly Tips.”
In certain cases, reassembly photos are also provided. If there are no special instructions or photos with a particular gun, you may assume that it can just be reassembled in reverse order. During disassembly, note the relationship of all parts and springs, and lay them out on the workbench in the order they were removed. By following this procedure you should have no difficulty.