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Approximate Value of 95% S&W 1006 10mm?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by daredwit, Dec 5, 2007.

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  1. daredwit

    daredwit Member

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    Approximate Value of 95% S&W 1006 10mm?

    Has 1 mag and box. Stainless with hogue grips. No holster wear.

    Adjustable/hooded rear sight. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. 1BLINDREF

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    I'll give you $100.00 :neener:

    Probably around $600-$700. Check Gunbroker and Auction Arms to get a better idea.
     
  3. TNT.45

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    $500 is more realistic IMHO. Do you have one for sale?
     
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    TNT.45 is right about $500.00 bucks give or take, there not by any means extrordinary and in all likelyhood delicate.......................
     
  5. Bailey Guns

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    A Smith 1006 is delicate??? Not in my experience. $500 on the low side, a little over $600 on the higher side.

    I've been watching them for about a year now and have noticed a distinct rise in value over the past several months. I just sold one on GB for $600 with the fixed sights, no box, 1 mag, pretty nice condition.
     
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    $500. up to $600 for a perfect specimen.

    I paid $525 for mine LNIB in 2004.

    Extraordinary is subjective, but delicate they are not. There is not a more robust 10mm auto pistol extant, save the Grizzly (which is about 1.4 times normal handgun size).
     
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    I love my 1006 I paid $400 in the late 90's and my EAA Wonder-10. $375 at a gun show. I am actually looking to pick up another S&W so I can trick it out for local bowling pin shoots.
     
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    I was just thinking something similar. It occurred to me that you'd have to go to a Desert Eagle chambered for a .357 to find a semi-auto more overbuilt.

    I seem 1006 every now and again for around mid-$500s to right around $600. Gets crazy when you start talking rare variants line the 1046. I've seen 1076s with a bit too much holster wear for my taste go for $725. I'd like to run across a 1086, personally.
     
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