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Smith & Wesson M&P 9mm 17 Round Magazine

Smith & Wesson M&P 9mm 17 Round Magazine
Smith & Wesson M&P 9mm 17 Round Magazine
Manufacturer Smith & Wesson
MPN: 194400000
Availability: 58
Location: Warehouse 4
MSRP: $41.82
OUR PRICE: $29.35 (Save 30 %)

SW M&P Magazine, 9mm, 17 Round

SW M&P Magazine, 9mm, 17 Round

Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson
MPN: 194400000 SW1


About the Manufacturer
Horace Smith and Daniel B. Wesson came from old New England families. Horace learned the firearms trade while working at the National Armory in Springfield, Massachusetts. Daniel’s experience came from apprenticing with his brother Edwin Wesson, the leading maker of target rifles and pistols in the 1840s.

The two men formed their first partnership in 1852 in Norwich, Connecticut, with the aim of marketing a lever action repeating pistol that could use a fully self-contained cartridge. This first pistol venture was not a financial success, and by 1854 the company was having financial difficulties.

Faced with their financial difficulties, they were forced to sell their company to a shirt manufacturer by the name of Oliver Winchester. In 1866, using the original lever action design created by Smith & Wesson, Winchester’s company emerged as the famous Winchester Repeating Arms Co.

In 1856 Smith & Wesson formed their second partnership to produce a small revolver designed to fire the Rimfire cartridge they patented in August of 1854. This revolver was the first successful fully self-contained cartridge revolver available in the world. Smith & Wesson secured patents for the revolver to prevent other manufacturers from producing a cartridge revolver - giving the young company a very lucrative business.

The partners realized that when their patents expired they would need a new design to maintain their market superiority. The new design was completed in 1869 and the company began marketing it in 1870. The Model 3 American, as it became known in the United States, was the first large caliber and established Smith & Wesson as a world leader in handgun manufacturing. The two most important customers for the new revolver were the United States Cavalry, which purchased 1,000 units for use on the Western Frontier, and the Russian Imperial Government.

At the age of 65, Horace Smith retired from the company and sold his share of the business to D. B. Wesson, making him the sole owner of the firm. In the late 1800’s the company introduced its line of hammerless revolvers. These are still represented in today’s handgun line.

Smith & Wesson next introduced what is probably the most famous revolver in the world, the .38 Military & Police or, as it is called today, the Model 10. This revolver has been in continual production since that year and has been used by virtually every police agency and military force around the world.

Smith & Wesson’s contribution to the history of handgun and cartridge development continued through the 20th Century. The first Magnum revolver, the .357 Magnum, was introduced by the company in 1935. In 1955 the first American made double action auto-loading pistol, the Model 39, was introduced.

The Model 29 chambered in .44 magnum - the handgun made famous by Clint Eastwood in the movie "Dirty Harry" - was unveiled in 1956. In 1965 S&W began producing the Model 60 - the world’s first stainless steel revolver - launching the era of stainless steel firearms.

The accomplishments of Smith & Wesson are so numerous that it is impossible to understand the history of modern handguns without first understanding the history of Smith & Wesson. Smith & Wesson was an industry leader in 1852 when it was first founded and continues to lead the world today with innovations into the 21st century.

Please Read Our Magazine Disclaimer:
We comply with ALL Federal, State, and Local laws that restrict the sale and transfer of firearm magazine feeding devices. It is also YOUR responsibility to know your local and state laws which may prohibit or restrict your ability to purchase certain products we offer for sale.

California – 10 rounds or less
Colorado – 15 rounds or less
Hawaii – We don't ship to Hawaii
Illinois –
    Aurora – 15 rounds or less
    Chicago – 12 rounds or less
    Cicero – 15 rounds or less
    Franklin Park – 16 rounds or less
    Oak Park – 10 rounds or less
    Riverdale – 35 rounds or less of centerfire
Indiana –
    South Bend – 15 rounds or less
Kansas –
    Wichita – 20 rounds or less
Massachusetts – 10 rounds or less
Maryland – 10 rounds or less
New Jersey – 15 rounds or less
New York –
    Buffalo – 5 rounds or less
    Pochester – 5 rounds or less
    New York City – 5 rounds or less
    All Others – 10 rounds or less. Pre-ban magazines are not allowed
Ohio –
    Cincinnati – 10 rounds or less
    Cleveland – 20 rounds or less
    Columbus – 20 rounds or less
    Dayton – 10 rounds or less
    Toledo – 10 rounds or less
Washington DC – No Magazines allowed

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