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9mm S&W 4006

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Pimpstar00, Dec 22, 2008.

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  1. Pimpstar00

    Pimpstar00 Member

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    I really like the looks of the S&W 4006, Do they have a 9mm version? The 915 and 910 look different.
    Thank You
     
  2. j1979

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    the 5906 looks the same. CDNN had them for 299 awhile back
     
  3. aquapong

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    The 9mm version...the 5906 will usually have a slightly curved backstrap. But yeah, the 4006 is a very balanced looking gun.
     
  4. Pimpstar00

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    yeah, i dont like the curved backstrap of the 5906. The 4006 tsw looks even better, but probably no 9mm version of that either, huh?
     
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    5906 tsw?
     
  6. sophijo

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    SW

    Look at Summit Gunbroker...
     
  7. SouthpawShootr

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    The 4006 flat backstrap grips fit the 5906 just fine. I did this swap on 2 5900 series guns b/c I didn't care for the factory arched backstrap that's standard on those models.

    Brownells has them here

    Personally, I've come to prefer the Hogue rubbers on both 5900 and 4006 series guns. They're sort of a split between the arched and flat backstraps, but rest assured, the 4006 grip will fit the 5906 frame just fine.
     
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    5906--9mm, stainless frame/slide
    5903--9mm, alloy frame/stainless slide
    5904--9mm, alloy frame, 'blued' slide
    All of the above are DA/SA.

    There's the DAO variants too:
    5946--9mm, stainless frame/slide
    5943--9mm, alloy frame/stainless slide


    I have a 5904 and the curved backstrap fits my hand very well. Gun is accurate and 100% reliable too.
     
  9. SouthpawShootr

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    Oh, BTW, the 910/915 were different only in that they were value line guns. Finish was a plain black teflon type. Edges weren't as contoured and the sights were plastic (vs. the steel Novak's that were standard equipment on most 3rd generation guns). Another difference is that all the value line guns, 40, 9mm, and 45, had aluminum frames. The 910/915 was closer to the 5904 than the 5906.
     
  10. 22lr

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    O ya the 5906

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    Great gun, awesome gun, in fact 3rd gen S&W autos are just plain amazing, I carry mine every day.:D (ok im just a little biased).
     
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