22 June, 2010

Smith & Wesson Model 4000 Series

Caliber: .40 S&W
Range: 12/24/48
Damage: 2d6+1
RoF: 1
Weight: 2lbs
Shots: 11rds
Cost: $470, 11rd magazine $16
Notes: AP1, Semi-Auto

Introduced in 1990, the S&W Model 4006 was the first pistol chambered in the new .40 S&W round, it was however beaten to market by Glock’s G22. The 4006 is of stainless construction, similar in design to the 9mm S&W 5906. There is a slide mounted decocking/safety lever and the weapon cannot be fired without a magazine in place. The Model 4006 is popular with law enforcement and corrections officers, including the California Highway Patrol and Colorado State Patrol. The Atlanta PD issued the slightly lighter, aluminum framed, S&W 4003 until 2008

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