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WTS OR Smith and Wesson 1006

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by NightmareSig, Nov 30, 2015.

  1. NightmareSig

    NightmareSig Hillsboro Member

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    20151130_200431.jpg Smith and Wesson 1006, 10 mm. Great condition, appears to have not seen much use. Smith Gen 3 platform. All steel frame and slide, original polymer grips. This is such a great pistol, if a 10m can be considered soft shooting, this one is. Not crazy about the magazine disconnect safety and it definitely doesn't have a 1911 trigger, but other than that...

    $875. Not really looking to trade. Buyer to pay transfer fee.

    Photo added.
     
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  2. Nightshade

    Nightshade vancouver,WA Well-Known Member

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    very nice
     
  3. NightmareSig

    NightmareSig Hillsboro Member

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    Thanks Sam.
     
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  4. JedB

    JedB PDX Active Member

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    Note sent. I have one myself and it's a nice shooter.

    Good luck with the sale.
     
  5. BradC

    BradC Clackamas Active Member

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    Man that's a cool gun. Hate to be "that guy" but if you ever decide to take trades I'd love to work something out... otherwise GLWS ;)
     
  6. Kruejl

    Kruejl Hillsboro Moderator of the Coriolis effect Staff Member Gold Supporter Silver Supporter

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    PM sent. Either way, beautiful piece.
     
  7. clearconscience

    clearconscience Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    This is the one gun my dad had since I was a small child I always dreamed of having. After 25 years he traded it away for crap.
    Nice gun, I wish I had the scratch .
     
  8. pdxRealtor

    pdxRealtor East Gresham/Troutdale Active Member

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    What's the story behind it, if you don't mind me asking?
     
  9. NightmareSig

    NightmareSig Hillsboro Member

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    Funny how the things we treasure as children can resonate with us as adults. I think my boy may feel the same way as you about some of things I've let get away.
     
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    NightmareSig Hillsboro Member

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    Bit of a short story, at least my part of it. Purchased the gun about a month ago as an impulse buy of a gun I have wanted for years. Pistol doesn't seem to have had much use, I've put a hundred or so rounds thru it. I like the gun, a lot, but I don't love it. At least not yet. Haven't had it long enough probably. The 10mm out if the Smith is pretty sweet. It's the trigger I'm not crazy about, 1911s may have spoiled me. And I do have a Dan Wesson Cbob in 10mm that I do love, which makes parting with the Smith a little easier. Or so I thought. The post from Clear Conscience has me rethinking that.
     
  11. pdxRealtor

    pdxRealtor East Gresham/Troutdale Active Member

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    Thx. I was just curious because this is the second 1006 that's been for sale here recently. The other one was an owner who didn't have it long either.

    I just picked one up, as well as a 4506,3913,and two 5906, and I can't imagine parting with it. I am on a bit of a 3rd Gen kick though. Lol.

    Did you know you can send that 1006 into s&w and for very little $ they will work the trigger/action? I agree.... Triggers on the 3rd Gen are clunky. My 3913 is getting the works as soon as it slows down at s&w.

    Sorry to hijack.... Glws.... It's an awesome gun.
     
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    NightmareSig Hillsboro Member

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    Thanks for the intel, another member just mentioned the S&W option for trigger work as well. Worth looking into I think.

    On an unrelated note, how do you like the 4506? I've been pondering one for awhile.
     
  13. pdxRealtor

    pdxRealtor East Gresham/Troutdale Active Member

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    I like it a lot, but more for the safe than anything else. It's a very nice shooting gun at the range, but when you put it next to a fully Cajunized CZ 97.... well..... kind of obvious what first choice will be.

    I shot 6 or 7 magazines and called it good.
     
  14. NightmareSig

    NightmareSig Hillsboro Member

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    Ahh, the 97. Now that's a 45.
    Dang, I'm hijacking my own thread
     
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    NightmareSig Hillsboro Member

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    Who am I kidding, I can't sell this gun
    Withdrawn from sale
     
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