Introduced in the mid-1990's as a competition round and discontinued shortly thereafter, .356 TSW ammo is a long 9MM and very few firearms were produced to use it. The 356 TSW pistol is built on a 6900-sized steel frame and uses the same same dual recoil springs found in Smith & Wesson's Shorty 40 and Short 45 pistols. The 356 TSW features a titanium-coated stainless-steel barrel bushing hand fit to a match-grade barrel. The SD version's slightly longer barrel has a Bomar adjustable sight with a blade front sight. This pistol includes synthetic grips, a standard decocking safety, a 10-round magazine, and the original factory hard case. Its grips, its metal, and its bore are all in good condition.