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Browning Pro 9/Pro40

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Whitewolf 508, Sep 19, 2006.

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  1. Whitewolf 508

    Whitewolf 508 Member

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    One of my local gunstores has both a Pro9 and a Pro40 in stock. The proce is acceptable and they both feel good in my hand. ANy feedback ??
     
  2. Shipwreck

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    The gun has been discussed both here and on Glocktalk recently. If you use the search feature, I'll bet you can find the old thread. The gun seems nice. If I didn't already have so many polymer guns, I'd probably get one in 9mm.
     
  3. Hazzard

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    They are almost the same as the FNP-9/FNP-40. There are some differences in the safety systems, but I don't recall exactly what. The Pro series has a bare stainless slide whereas the FNP series is blackened stainless. Both are made on the same assembly line in FN USA's factory in Columbia, SC. I have an FNP-9 and like it very much.
     
  4. Marshall

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    They show they offer the FNP in a stainless as opposed to black, in SA and DA/SA both.


    FNP 9 • 9mm SA • stainless
    10 rnd Product #: 47810
    10 rnd w/ night sights Product #: 47856
    16 rnd Product #: 47811
    16 rnd w/ night sights Product #: 47857


    FNP 9 • 9mm DASA • Stainless
    10 rnd Product #: 47831
    10 rnd w/ night sights Product #: 47846
    16 rnd Product #: 47830
    16 rnd w/ night sights Product #: 47845
     
  5. JaxNovice

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    Go to gunbroker.com and you can find an FNP-9 or FNP-40 for $350 NIB from Ray Tanner. The exact same gun as the Browning. I got my FNP-9 from tanners and love it.
     
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