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Old 11-20-2009, 05:40 PM
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Has anyone ever heard of this model? I have a chance to buy one for 400 and the guns about 95%, is this good?
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Grab it now or tell me where to find it!!! If it is 95%, that's a very good price. Does it have the box?

That's the blued alloy DAO version of the 6904 which was only made for about a year. You don't often come across those.

If you get it, please post pictures.
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He says condition is 90-95%, closer to 95. I haven't seen it yet, and I haven't seen pictures so I can't say for sure.

It has the original box and 3 magazines, I think I'll have to pick this up.
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That must be a considerably rare model, as I have never heard mention of it. The numbers do sound feasible, as a compact double stack 9mm in DAO with blued slide. Would love to see some pics too, if you do pick it up.
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I'd snag it. As the others said, it's pretty rare. And even besides that, $400 is a decent price for any 95% 3rd Gen model.


After this acquisition, you should hunt for a 6926. It's a 6906 with a frame-mounted decocker (like a Sig). Also fairly rare, and would make a great companion piece in your "rare 69xx variations" collection.

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Or a 6924! Blued version with the frame mounted decocker. SCSW shows only 5 made.

Please, post pictures of that 6944 when you get it.
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That is an uncommon variation. I have only seen one 6944.
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He says condition is 90-95%, closer to 95. I haven't seen it yet, and I haven't seen pictures so I can't say for sure.

It has the original box and 3 magazines, I think I'll have to pick this up.
Just curious, did you end up buying that 6944?
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