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    lakeforktx is offline Junior Member
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    Traded my LCP for S&W model 6906..straight across...thoughts

    traded my LCP straight across to my buddy who wanted a small gun for his S&W stainless mod.6906 9mm in like new safe queen condition..haven't got to shoot it yet...replaced the LCP with the sig p238 in the HD model...I think I got the better deal..don't realy know anything about the S&W 6906 other than it looks good...

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    Well, I would say you got the better end of that deal. If that Smith is as clean as you say it is, I know their pistols (used) are going for more than the cost of a used LCP does in the stores around me. The used LCP's around here go for about 299, and the used S&W pistols (of any model) start for about 100 dollars more, in used condition. Just going off of what I have observed in the LGS.

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    lakeforktx:
    I'd say you got the better deal I have a Model 669 which is the earlier version of the 6906 they are based on the Model 39 which was introduced in 1957 and have changed very little, except that they are more compact and was S&W's answer to the ASP or DEVEL pistols which were cut down versions of the Model 39. I also have a Model 3913 single stack and Model 469 all are great pistols based on a proven design.

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    Thanks for the input...and if it ever warms up..I'am going to try it out...

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    You got a great deal. I love my 6906. Carries slimmer than Glock 19 or M&P9c (felt), although heavier. Nice trigger, and I often carry DA/SA guns.
    Now If you want to trade that 6906 for a PF9.... (Mods, I am kidding)

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    Thanks...didn't need the LCP anyway, had 2 his and hers...the more I look at this S&W the more I like it...its just a good looking gun...looks well made,and this one is in GREAT condition,paper work,box one owner my buddy..I think it might just be a keeper....still need to get out and try it...also need to try my new Sig P238 also...good weekend for picking up guns around here...

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    So, early model or later model? (What is the shape of the trigger Gaurd, rounded front, or looks like a Glock with stippling? What sights system?)

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    lakeforktx is offline Junior Member
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    No it has the rounded trigger guard, and looks like white dot sights,hell they my be some kind of night sights...going have to go out to the shop and look...is that a older or newer one? better or worse? thanks..

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    You got the better deal for sure. It's been a long time since I've been around the Smiths but IIRC the round trigger guard is the early model. Enjoy it.

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