Description

Action: Semi-Automatic DA/SA • Finish: Stainless • Barrel: 4" • Sights: Three-Dot Novak LoMount Sights • Magazine(s): One 11-Round • Grips: Hogue • Weight: 37.3 oz. • Overall Length: 7.5"

USED - GOOD TO VERY GOOD CONDITION
BRAND NEW HOGUE GRIPS & BLUE FACTORY CASE

The S&W 4006TSW features a stainless steel frame and slide, double action/single action handgun with 4-inch barrel, slide-mounted de-cock/safety and an 11-round staggered-column magazine. The S&W 4006TSW 3rd generation features an accessory rail integrated into the frame as opposed to a mounted rail used in previous generations. These also have novak style sights. Both of these features were made for the California Highway Patrol. These guns feature a CHP prefixed serial number.

MPN#: SMI4006TSWD
UPC: 6134006

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Reading some of the reviews. Guy who had feeding issues these sometimes need spring kits. They are SURPLUS guns after all. I bought mine from a different reseller. It came in vg condition with 3 magazines. I know business is business, but it seems that a lot of resellers are taking excess magazines from original shipping boxes and reselling them seperately. I typically will not do business with this type of reseller. That being said mine was a magnificent specimen. Came with the chp officers first name on one of the mags. Lara kept her firearm in pristine condition. Thank you!

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Good price, but I bought a Sign 226 from these guys that didn't work, and they refused to make it right. So, as always, buyer beware.

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if I could hand pick pick one myself there would be 2 going home

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My experience with these in 9 are jam-o-matic. Sold and never looked back. YMMV. They're priced pretty high for what you get.

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Nice quality gun and a soft shooter for a .40. Slide is smooth as butter (most of today's guns can only wish they were this well made). The Hogue rubber wrap-around grip that CDNN puts on these is huge. I got mine and immediately ordered a stock S&W grip from Brownells for like $19. Now it fits my had perfectly (and makes the gun look brand new.). FYI: Both the 4006 and the 5906 (9mm version) have the same grip/frame size and use the exact same grips. So if you like the feel of your S&W 5906 you will like this one.

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Too bad it's not the 9mm version.

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I picked up one of these. Needed a good cleaning. The mag was pretty difficult to load past about 6 rounds. The 11th is nearly impossible but you can get it in. Had some expected wear but still quite good condition. I don't understand the thinking with the huge grip. I have large hands and I can not reach the mag release or slide release. I guess it takes 2 hands to operate? Shoots well but I wouldn't switch my M&Ps for it. I'd say I like it a little more for its history than its actual shootability.

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the pick looks like fair condition at best to me..
the one in the pick has a huge scratch running down the entire slide..
i dont understand why these are so high. i do not feel like they have any "collector" appeal.
these should be no more then 250 to 300. i sitll want one. but i cant bring myself to pay that much for a gamble on the condition.
also i have bought several items from cdnn. and i can say that they always rate their used items in much better condition than they really are.
i have sent tons of used mags back that were suppose to be in "good to very good condition" except the ones i got had bad springs and bad base plates and bad followers. so much for good to vg. lol

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Me too

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Want one so bad...

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