Gear: Smith & Wesson Model 6906


Smith & Wesson Model 6906

Smith & Wesson
Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Handguns
Price: $350.00
Average Rating:
(17 Votes)

Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Name/Model: 6906 Caliber: 9 mm Barrel Length: 3.5" Unloaded Weight: 26.5 oz Overall Length: 6 7/8" Magazine Capacity: 12 Finish: Stainless Steel

Member Reviews

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    ttcooper, Tue, 09 Oct 2007 02:19:49 UTC.
    1st review

    I carry this weapon as my off-duty weapon. Very light and concealable with a 12-round magazine capacity.

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    navycopman, Sun, 02 Mar 2008 17:13:54 UTC.

    Well i have the 6904 mod but it is a very fine gun it is blue and a little haver but alover all a very fin gun. i have put about 1000 rounds down range and have never had a jam or outher problem with it.

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    TRPD12, Mon, 26 May 2008 03:36:00 UTC.

    Awesome weapon! Lightweight, durable, and quality product.

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    aaa111, Mon, 26 May 2008 15:56:55 UTC.

    I like s&w pistols, but never been a fan of the 9.

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    rtaylor745, Sat, 12 Jul 2008 18:01:51 UTC.

    This is our agencies standard handgun. It's great for people with small hands or have trouble with recoil, but I personally like a larger, heavier gun.

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    JCM1447, Thu, 28 Aug 2008 13:57:58 UTC.

    This is my backup weapon, I carry the big brother of this pistol (5906) as my issued duty weapon. The magazines from my duty pistol can be used in this weapon. Giving you three more rounds of firepower. The size is about perfect for small hands, and the felt recoil is easy to overcome.

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    jwil8050, Fri, 17 Oct 2008 22:15:19 UTC.

    The Smith & Wesson 6906 is my off duty prefrence, I have a 1911 but it is too bulky for concealment. My S&W .38 is to small and uncomfortable. My 6906 is light weight small and holds 12+1 and is not visable under a T-shirt. This pistol that I own has bee through a houe fire and only took some cleaning and then takn to the range with no problems. This is the best pistol that I have ever owned the others are just sitting in the safe.

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    Mac27, Wed, 26 Nov 2008 18:55:17 UTC.

    I carried this weapon for 15 years as a secondary weapon and hot weather off-duty. Very satisfied. never had an problem and plenty of ammo with 13 in the weapon and a spare 12 in your hip pocket. A great little weapon for 9mm shooters. Still available on the cheap. The ambi safety and SS finish are a plus.

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    DISAISD, Thu, 26 Mar 2009 02:56:44 UTC.

    I have just one of these, though if I could, I would like to get the full stainless steel model. I like the way it shoots, than again, I had MMC Night sites put on it. I am going to get a second set of grip screws put on it. It has the Houge grips. I am going to get the S&W Equiptment rail for it and then it's like the Backup Gun to bring to a gunfight. Only bad thing is that Crimson trace doesn't make a grip laser for it. I feed it 100-115 grain JHP. My favorite round is S&W Nyclad 115 Ammo. This is the hoarded stuff, along with Supervel 100 grain 9MM. I also have a target hammer on it. Wears DeSantis Paddle Holster.

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    cencom1, Thu, 11 Jun 2009 21:11:12 UTC.

    Great safety features, especially the magazine disconnect. Long first trigger pull( 12 lbs) then much easier. Accurate.

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    ooooooo17, Thu, 01 Oct 2009 00:23:28 UTC.

    I love this gun, I carry it as my conceal carry. I have the hogue grips on mine and it makes it alot better for big hands

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    Templar_Knight, Thu, 22 Oct 2009 02:15:36 UTC.

    This is a great gun. Easy target acquisition, 15 round mags, awesome compact and easy to use.

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    edteach, Fri, 10 Sep 2010 12:04:43 UTC.

    The 6906 is a SS gun, I sold my 6904 blue model and am buying a 6906 with 3 mags for 330. Many police depts. are turning them in and updating. It was a great gun and the only reason I sold was becaue I HATE blued guns. They tend to rust if you carry them and get body sweat [salt] on them. The SS versions last and take much less maint. than do the blued counterparts. This gun has a glitch when putting the slide back on, there are two things to deperss to get it to slide on, the ejector and the firing pin safty lever. Once you get used to it its no big deal. The gun is just about indestructable and they are going to get hard to find in another 15 years. I know thats a long time out but time flys and if you want one buy it now and hold on to it.

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    BIKN4U, Mon, 27 Sep 2010 00:37:52 UTC.

    I love this little 9mm. We got issued beaten, worn, stainless steel weapons when I went through Norfolk PD,VA's Academy in 1997. I had come from a neighboring City SO, where I was carrying a s&w M19 .357. We were transitioning to 9's when I left them and the SO was going to Sig P226's. When I saw the stainless steel S&W 9mm's I was disheartened. Months later after training and shooting hundreds of rounds through them, I trusted my life to it. After leaving the PD, I purchased one at a pawn shop for 300.00 and still carry it concealed,CCW. The smooth rounded edgesof the slide and frame allow for a smooth draw from an inside the pants or fanny pack holster, as does the spurless hammer. It's a reliable semi auto with 12+1 as well as fitting full 15 round mags for a 15+1 cap.

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    CLIFTON23708, Mon, 25 Oct 2010 12:30:19 UTC.

    NYPD issued this with tritium sights as our Duty gun, but without a safety switch to fumble with. 15 +1. Trigger is like a S&W revolver,smooth and long. I personally group fist size at 15 yards with this. Not the most accurate, but accurate enough for a combat gun, and easy to shoot. It's a keeper!

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    maddogg2020, Wed, 03 Nov 2010 04:54:23 UTC.

    It does not jam; especially when kept clean

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