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KJW Smith & Wesson 6904 NBB
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100% of reviewers $70.00 9.0
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Description: Review: KJW, S&W 6904 NBB
By: Cheesehead
Published 11/9/2006


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Introduction


When your primary weapon either fails or runs dry, it is usually good practice to carry some type of backup gun, be it a high-end Western Arms M1911 Variant, a cheap springer or something in between. My primary wapon was doing the former, so, out of necessity, I found myself looking for a reliable budget pistol.


The first step I took in deciding on which backup was best for me was to jot down what I wanted in a secondary weapon. That list included:
Size, I wanted a gun that was fairly small, so that it would be out of the way when I didn’t need it.
Magazine Capacity. This gun would have top be capable of holding at least 20 rounds, if only because I didn’t want to take the time to aim.
Power. I didn’t plan on ever needing the gun for long range work, so somewhere in the neighborhood of 300 fps would do nicely
Reliability. If I was going to get a GBB, it was going to have to be one that was utterly reliable and if that was not doable, then I wanted a good solid NBB.
Price. The real determining factor. The gun had to be something I could afford on my fairly small budget.


In my many searches of the internet, I kept stumbling across the KJW 6904. This is a gun that seemingly few people owned, and to my knowledge, no one bothered to review. The few descriptions I could find of it were all favorable, so after some hesitation I went ahead and bought one.



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Review Date: Thu November 9, 2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $70.00 | Rating: 9 

 
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