Photos are representative, but buyer will receive a virtually identical pistol to the photo specimen, from the same department. Here is one of Smith & Wesson's best and brightest, the 6906 descendant of the Mini. From their serial number prefixes, this 108211 variant was manufactured between 1991 and 1994. Caliber is 9mm Luger, 9mm Parabellum, 9x19, call it what you will, THE 9mm. Type is traditional double and single action locked breech semi automatic pistol. Construction is steel barrel, slide assembly, internal parts, sights, trigger, hammer, levers, magazine body and innards, all built into a lightweight alloy frame. Only the grips, Mag safety plunger bushing, and magazine floorplate and follower are polymer. Barrel is distinctive ball joint muzzle for consistency and accuracy. Bore is 5 groove right hand 1:18.75 stainless, 3 1/2 inch. Slide is serrated rear, .925 wide at the port; with ambidextrous safety levers that also decock the pistol. Slide also houses the firing pin and magazine safeties: the 6906 will not fire single shot with no magazine. Sights are matte blue steel dovetailed front and rear; dot front with two dot Novak combat rear that is drift adjustable only for windage. Hammer is .260 factory bobbed, with .304 smooth combat trigger. Double action first shot pulls at a smooth 11 pound vicinity with 1 inch of travel, with minimal felt creep and overtravel. Single action pull is two stage 7 pounds with negligible felt creep and minimal overtravel. Trigger guard is cleat serrated round faced third type, and serrated grip frame front strap. Magazine furnished is an original factory issue 12 rounder, stainless bodied with black follower. Magazine release is gunsmith reversable, right hand shooter. Grip is factory polymer one piece, 1.26 inch thickness at the centers. Overall length is 7 inches from muzzle to grip frame strut, 5 1/4 inch height. Weight empty is 27 ounces, with center of gravity at the magazine release. Finish is matte surface stainless slide assembly and levers, with matte black sights; and with Satin Hard Chrome trigger, and hammer. This 6906 comes to us from service in the Land of Israel, attest the import stamp on the slide's left side. Surface detractions are moderate, principally holster wear and edge wear. We rate this pistol and its mates as Good, perhaps Very Good Condition, 70 to 75 percent vicinity by our estimate, but photos ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. Bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright and clean. We estimate they have actually been fired fewer than 1,500 rounds. Replacement pricing for the last 6900 series pistols on smith-wesson com was $700 or more, 10 years ago. We’re offering the 6906 in the photos, however, or one of its substantially identical mates, each for only $ 319.00. Not transferable to civilian residents of California or Massachusetts. For civilian buyers in jurisdictions where 12 round magazines are restricted, we will sub a new Mec-Gar 10 rounder. Includes Connecticut, District of Colombia, Hawaii, and New York. >>>>> Add any number of Mec-Gar Blue 10rd mags for $26, Nickel for $33. Add a 15rd Mec-Gar with a PGS grip adapter for $34, or a factory S&W LE trade in mag with a PGS adapter for $36. Add any number of 17rd Mec-Gar Blued mags for $26, Nickel for $29. 17rd magazines are NOT flush fit.