• S&W Model 4006

S&W Model 4006


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Pistol type:


Caliber :

40 S&W

About Product

The Smith & Wesson Model 4006 is SA/DA pistol with a bobbed hammer made from 1990 to 1999. The Model 4006 has been used by many law enforcement agencies as a standard duty sidearm, including the California Highway Patrol, California State Parks and Rec, and until recently, the Colorado State Patrol. The Smith & Wesson 4006 features a stainless steel frame and slide double-action with 4" barrel, slide-mounted decock/safety and an 11-round staggered-column magazine. A strengthened version of the 9mm Model 5906. Has a heavier slide, with more steel on the top, as well as the recoil spring seat area. The frame has a much thicker dust cover area. Recoil spring guide area has substantially thicker web support. Trigger: Double-action first shot 12 lbs./single action 4.5 lbs. Safeties: Internal magazine disconnect; spring loaded ambidextrous decocking levers and firing pin plunger lock. Includes 2 magazines.

Action: DA or DA/SA
Caliber: 40 Smith & Wesson
Barrel length: 4"
Slide finish: Matte stainless
Frame material: Stainless Steel
Frame finish: Matte stainless
Overall length: 7.5"
Height: 5,5
Sights: Steel dovetailed white dot
  Fully adjustable white dot with protective ears
Trigger pull: 12 - 4.5
Magazine capacity: 10 - 11
Grip: Wrap-around Delrin


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