Gun Report

Smith & Wesson 4013 TSW .40 S&W

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The Smith & Wesson's better grip put it over the top in this three-way test against the Sig Sauer P239 and the Beretta 8040F Mini-Cougar.

Smith & Wesson 4013 TSW .40 S&W

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Home Defense
Law Enforcement
Concealed Carry
Recreational
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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Pull Double
Trigger Span Single

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The Smith & Wesson 4013 TSW’s rear sight was very snag resistant, and so was its spurless hammer.
Field stripping this Smith & Wesson isn’t difficult and requires no tools. First, remove the magazine and ensure the chamber is empty. Pull the slide back until the takedown notch in its left side aligns with the front of the slide catch. Completely remove the slide catch lever from the frame by pushing it out from right to left. Move the slide assembly forward off the frame. The hammer will fall as the slide moves forward. Slightly compress the non-captive recoil assembly, which consists of two springs and a steel guide rod, then remove it from the slide. After elevating the back of the barrel, pull the barrel up and out of the slide. Reverse these steps to reassemble the pistol.

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