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Bought a new gun..

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by IdahoLT1, Jul 21, 2008.

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  1. IdahoLT1

    IdahoLT1 Member

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    after i told myself i wasnt go to buy any more for a while. This one makes 11 firearms that i currently own(6 pistols, 4 rifles and 1 shotgun)But i couldnt pass on this deal. Its a S&W 1006 10mm. It has a 5" barrel and is a DA/SA pistol with a decocker. The Moscow(or Lattah County) police officer i bought this from bought it originally in '93 and only put ~300rds through it. Most of the models in this good of shape and low round count sell for ~$800. I got this pistol with night sights, 6 mags and Hogue grips for $500.

    I might sell my Taurus 357 and Ruger MKIII 22 to recoup the cost, but its still up in the air. Im excited about this gun but afraid it will become a safe queen as the 1xxx series pistols were discontinued in the early 90's. This one is the most common with ~13K produced while the 1046 only had ~150 produced.

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    Oh and thanks to CZF who pointed me to the ad.
     
  2. bestseller92

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    Great gun, but I wouldn't sell the Ruger MKIII (unless you sell it to ME cheap LOL).
     
  3. varoadking

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    Congrat's...looks like you did really well with that one, especially with 6 magazines. I'm a big fan of S&W 10mm's too, but of the DAO variety:

    One if 151 1046's:

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    One of 1,660 1086's:

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    I found my 1046 at a gun show last year and paid $625.00 for it, box and 3 magazines. I think I paid $450.00 or so for the 1086.
     
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