S&W 6906 Finally in my Possession!

S&W 6906 Finally in my Possession!

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    S&W 6906 Finally in my Possession!

    Purchased a S&W 6906 9mm 2 weeks ago. Because I live in the People's Republic of New York, I am required to amend my CCWP to include the additional firearm. Once it was approved I then took legal possession of the firearm.

    I am so happy I purchased this weapon. I paid $275 and is an excellent condition for a weapon that was manufactured in 1990. It came with a 12 shot high cap magazine.

    My friends, I will supply photos of my new addition. STAY TUNED!

    My wife likes to shop for clothing, I like to shop for firearms!


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    That's great! Am I misinformed, I thought 12 shot mags were illegal in NY?
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    The firearm must have been manufactured prior to 1994. What a stupid law our lefty politicians have proposed. I was required to call S&W to submit serial numbers and verify it was indeed a preban.

    I have to say, it makes an EXCELLENT CCW firearm. It weighs 26 ozs and lots of firepower. However, most important, it is a reliable weapon. Goes BANG everytime!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetpilot007 View Post
    However, most important, it is a reliable weapon. Goes BANG everytime!
    Sounds like you got a winner then!
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    Just when you think you've made the last purchase, I've got the itch for a S&W Chiefs Special or CS45 or CS9mm. These are smaller than the 6906. Although I have the itch, I will be taking my time to find one at the right price and condition.

    As you can tell I am big fan of S&W 3rd Generation models.

    Gotta love startin' a new project!

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    I have one I paid 285.00 +S&H,it is a lightweight gun that shoots well with SA/DA trigger and bobbed hammer.I saw a NIB one on gunbroker for either 600.00 or 700.00
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    Back in 2005 I had a 6906 (original owner) and sold it. Boy did I regret it...until today. Got one back! I had seen the same on Gunbroker. Too much for my price. My FFL dealer had one in his shop: price tag was $365 plus tax. It pays to shop as welll as to have patience! It's similar to wating for that one particular work of artwork. Stay safe. T

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    That'll be a good one to hang on to!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Nice gun , lousy regulations...
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    My 6946 was first carry gun and has never had a failure in 8k+ rounds of every type and weight. It is one gun that I will never sell.

    Congrats
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    I pm'd you jetpilot007. Nice purchase.

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