Smith Wesson Model 910 Stainless Steel Shotgun?
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    I wish you could possibly download the pic so that everyone could see how does it looks.

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    If I'm reading my books right they were only made in 1972. No idea of value or who they were made for. Later sporting versions were made by Howa in Japan & marketed by S&W starting in the mid 80's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Layne12gun View Post
    Years ago I purchased a Smith Wesson Model 910 Riot shot gun. 18 inch Barrel 5 shot. The gun has a brushed nickle receiver and stainless steel barrel. I understand that very few of these were ever made and were a special order by an agency. The gun is in 100% new in box and non fired. Anybody know anything about what agency it may have been produced for and approx. current value.
    Layne you have an older thread 4/23/2016 about Model 916
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    Quote Originally Posted by jb59 View Post
    Layne you have an older thread 4/23/2016 about Model 916
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    Yep Published in 2016 . Trying to find out more information at that time. Smith Wesson has been no help. Deny they ever made a Stainless Steel Shot gun but I have two of them. . Recently found out that some one else has one. Some one has said that it was made by Nobel shot gun?? But like the model 28 in Satin Nickel they are tough to nail down. these two have sequencial serial numbers.. still trying to solve the Stainless Steel Mystery ??
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