If you are serious about a 6906. I have one that i will sell you. TDSXXXX serial number series. This gun was my duty firearm when I was a Detective . Its been shot and carried but is very sound. shoots good groups and is clean. Light handling marks and some holster shiny spots. Original grips and 5 12 round ( Stainless Steel ) magazines with finger extensions . Original Delrin grips . Low profile Novak Sights , This gun is stamped with the AO155 marks on the right side which was our Armory markings . I purchased the gun when they retired them from the department. If you are interested i will give you a letter on the gun history with me.
that looks like a beauty . But is more money than I can handle . I just got the 6946 and I got it for a really good price (200.00) with 2 mags . Would like a 6906 and I see some turn in's that are not as nice looking as yours in the 350.00 range .So I will see how much I can get for the 6946 here locally and see what happens .Thanks for your time and thanks for your service .Pat
Yea but the thing is here you know who has had this one not just some LEO trade in who you don't know how long or how its been treated and I am will to give you a letter telling you of its service and who carried it. Plus 5 magazines. . If I look really close in my records I can probably give you a pretty exact round count. with ain't going to be many at all. Plus Im paying the shipping and insurance to you FFL.
Layne, did they make a higher capacity magazine for those? I figured a turn in from aim would run about $400 if I pay $10 for hand picked, shipping and a $25 dollar transfer on my end. Looks like those come with only 1 magazine. If I were in the market, yours would be my pick. The 4 extra magazines and knowing it was a well cared for personal weapon and not just an assigned rack number to be carried around daily then locked in an armory nightly. The turn ins likely have low round counts too but really, their history is only a guess other than they are foreign Leo turn ins