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Number 1, most iconic, must have, 3rd generation S&W. GO!
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Old 07-11-2017, 03:28 PM
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Has to be 5906. Everything else is a variation of it, be it size, caliber, construction, specialized usage etc.
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this isn't necessarily the same thing. Lots of people "must have" the smaller CCW versions (6906 etc), others a different caliber.

Consider 3rd Gen the way you consider "1911"... ICONIC would be a milspec, 1911A1, with blue or parkerized finish, 5" barrel, .45 acp.

You can get a 1911 in any caliber, in varying barrel lengths, with aluminum frame, chromed, stainless, cerakoted etc. Grooves all over the slide, rail if you like, ambi controls. Might be your "must have", but it's not the "iconic" version.
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Exactly! I agree with this wisdom.
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I'd say 5906 also.
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Another vote for the 5906. Vast numbers of them in LEO holsters over the years. And also the 4506, because they were iconic.
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5906, but may be a toss up with the 3913.
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Another vote for the 4506.

And if what appears in the holsters of movie/TV heroes is any indication, the 4506 wins hands down! Regards 18DAI
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The 4506 jumped to mind first, but personally it would be the 3913/4.
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I just bought a 3913 LS so I nominate it.

But, then, I haven't even shot it yet.
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Old 07-12-2017, 01:40 PM
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4506 my vote as well.

From the movie reference, the co-stars carried 5906... the iconic main stars had the massive 4506.
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Got to say; I've got 3 answers...................


The 3913/14 as the descendants of the ASP, Devel and Trapper "chopped and channeled", "hot rodded", customized ; 39-2s of the 1980s.......which inspired the whole 3rd Gen of guns.

What gun did Novak first work on with S&W?

The 4506 and 5906 are classic Police autos (Wonder 9 and Bad a-- .45) of the 80s and 90s..................I can hear the Miami Vice* theme as I type..........






*OK I know it was really a 645..... but the second gen guns were a "transition" generation IMHO!!!!! The 669's grip was a 2X4 at best!!!

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The mighty 4506... Nothing more need be said

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I have an obscure 5943 (DAO, Alloy Frame) but I would go with the 5906 as being THE gun to have. To me having 5 or 6 'most iconic' guns would be a step in the right direction.

Why, O Why are these guns being obsoleted? I have a bunch of semi's but I'd trade them all in for third gens of different configurations starting with the 5906 then the 3916.

Geeeeeee. That's nice to think about.
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Old 07-13-2017, 01:15 AM
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I'll mix it up here. My vote is for the 3904 simply because it is the final interation of the original pre model 39. It's great to pull out the pre 39, 39, 39-2, 439 and 3904 and admire the evolution. Alloy frame, single stack, blued, 9mm with fixed sights. With all of the love for the 3906, its weird that the 3904 doesn't get a lot of hype. I'll never sell mine. Even though its not recognized yet as an icon, it could further down the road.

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*OK I know it was really a 645.....
Nope, you're correct, for season 5 anyway. A 4506 was used, as that was S&Ws newest model. Masterful product placement. Joe Six-pack couldn't afford a Ferrari, but could probably plunk down enough for a new stainless pistol!

If the show was still running today (like the Simpsons?), would Sonny be toting an M&P 45??? Perish the thought!
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Sonny Crockett may have introduced us to the beautiful stainless 4506, but DET Vic Mackey made it an icon.
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Old 07-13-2017, 09:14 AM
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1006, but also would pick the 3913 or CS9.
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My vote goes to the 4013 TSW. Just because I have one. I also have a 645,a 411, and a .45 Shield. Love them all.
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Beyond a shadow of a doubt.......

4506

Its just so................aggressive shall we say.
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Are you kidding me? Is there any question?

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Definitely the sexiest of them all, but the first one that came to my mind was to 1006. Followed closely behind is the 3913. It looks like I need to go find a 5906 though, according to the polls.
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Guess I've waited long enough to opine myself. Has to be the
4506, (4506-1 to be exact,)
I have shot thousands of problem free, very accurate rounds
through it since buying it new in 1992. It was my first purchase with my then new F.F.L.. It was the first S&W semi I ever took
completely apart and totally went through to "improve". Back
then Brownell's had half a page of parts for it, and I got every
one. All the Ed Brown stuff is now on my 645, but it is still the
best 3rd Gen S&W ever.
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Just saw this the other night on the movie "Blue Streak", circa 1999...at least two of the characters had, what looked like 4506s':
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Another vote for the 4506. Its the gun I think of when I hear 3rd Gen S&W.


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......actually its the one YOU like the best.......Opinions are like exhaust pipes......Everybody's got one.....Somewhere hear in the sack is a 1006/4506/3906/4006..........to say which is best is folly.........
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My vote is for the first generation of high capacity 9mm Smiths, the Model 59.

This weapon started a revolution in double stack 9mm's that continues to this day.

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My vote is for the first generation of high capacity 9mm Smiths, the Model 59.

This weapon started a revolution in double stack 9mm's that continues to this day.

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Great gun, wrong generation...

Good thought though. Next poll should be #1 S&W auto.
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Another vote for the mighty 4506, and particularly the 4506-1.
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THOUGH I TOO WOULD LIKE TO VOTE FOR THE MIGHTY 4506, I WILL ISTEAD GENERALISE AND SAY EVERYTHING SQUARE TRIGERGUARD! THE UNIQUE TRADEMARK THAT LETS YOU KNOW EXCELLENCE FROM A MILE AWAY, REGARDLESS CALIBER OR SIZE!!!
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easy choice.... the 4506.



Talk me into (or out of) a 4506 buy...((Update w. pics))-2015-05-18-20-47-04-jpg

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Some neat pistols but not nearly enough photos!!! Put me down for the 1066 / 1006, in that order. Unhappily I don't own one.
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I still nominate the 5906. I carry my old retired duty 5906 to this day.
It has never failed to work correctly.
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4506. Who can forget Denzel Washington duel wielding 4506s in Training Day or Kurt Russell in Dark Blue or Michael Chiklis on The Shield?!?!
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