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    5906 Owners, tell me your thoughts.

    On the 5906 please. I asked this on another forum and I got some colorful responses about life, taxes, and a woman's role in the household. So hopefully everyone here is more civil and have a greater degree of respect for the fairer sex.

    About these, what exactly are they? Accurate like a Beretta, reliable like a CZ? Any major concerns or issues that first-time owners should think about?

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    I've been through the same thing on another forum. I guess there are still some people out there who think a woman's place is in the kitchen, barefoot and pregnant, or in the bedroom, getting that way. Fortunately, I've found more men who are happy to see more women getting involved in guns and shooting than men who aren't. I'm a S&W fan. ALthough I don't own the 5906, I've heard a lot of good things about it from those who do own one. I think you'd be very happy with it. If you'd like more specific answers, try the smith-wessonforum.com Great bunch of guys and gals.

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    ...I'm an old, fat husband who'd be really grateful if my wife showed anything but disgust towards doing her part to protect the home or herself...real men don't dis women who like guns...at least not real smart men...I have heard nothing but good about the S&W 5906...they just keep on shootin'...

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    Simply put, one of the best S&W they made. It's accurate, reliable, durable, and heavy. If taken care of you will be able to leave it to your grandchildren.

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    Welcome from North Central Texas .

    I think you'll like it here.

    I own a 6906 and really like it.



    I carried mine when off duty when I was a LEO.

    I have never had one problem with it and I had it for 20 years.

    Last edited by dondavis3; 02-11-2010 at 06:05 PM.

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    The 5906 is a top notch firearm. I have fired the 5906(9mm) and the 4506 (45acp), they are IMHO one of the better firearms out there. I would have no problem picking up another one of those, unfortunately 1 day I decided not to carry it while I was on duty and it was stolen from my apartment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dondavis3 View Post
    Welcome from North Central Texas .

    I think you'll like it here.

    I own a 5906 and really like it.



    I carried mine when off duty when I was a LEO.

    I have never had one problem with it and I had it for 20 years.

    Isn't this one a 6906?

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    Yes, my bad - typo.

    I did that once before - I'm not getting old or anything



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    CDNN has :

    S&W 6906 for $329

    S&W 5906 for $299

    Buy Gun Accessories, Hi-Capacity Mags, Scopes, Gun Parts & More at CDNN Sports, Inc.

    I bought a 5906 for old time memories and it was in great shape.

    It was a police trade-in.



    It's a very good gun & a great price ... built like a tank ..

    Still a good shooter.

    Better get ya one.

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    I carried a 5906 as a duty weapon for over 10 years. It is heavy, but I loved it. Crazy accurate, low recoil, completely reliable, fun to shoot, and looks great. I have loaned it out to 4 different recruits who used it for police academy training. Every single one fell in love with it and wanted to buy it. Sorry, no sale! I will die with it.

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    Got me and my son each a 5906 a couple of months ago and got myself a 915 last week, Have about 400 rounds through my 5906 and put 150 through the 915 yesterday. It's amazing how well they both shoot, and you can feel the quality when you pick them up. I wish I had discovered them sooner.







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