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Fnp-9

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Greg8098, May 17, 2007.

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  1. Greg8098

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    Anyone own one of these, and if so please comments and pics if you have any. I've had mine for about a week and haven't been to the range yet so I can't comment either way. The gun looks pretty well made. I plan on shooting it alot, so I hope it holds up and not turn out to be a POS. I've read a few positive reviews on it, and that's why I bought it. Hmmm, I wonder can it handle +p+ :evil: ??
     

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    Good review. Shame that the DA/SA version won't do cocked and locked. I'll have to look into the Browning version, or see if the SAO model ever sees the light of day.

    --wally.
     
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    They seem to be a very nice gun. I dry fired a couple at gun shows - great trigger.

    We have an FNP section at our FN forum, if ya wanna come join and check it out. It's slowly building up with FNP owners.
     
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    I had a poor experience with a FNP 40. Search threads I started and you can check it out. Evidently there have been no reports of the 9mm doing this.
     
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    I fondled one at the gun shop yesterday. Comfy grips, nice trigger with a short reset. Price is right, too!

    I'd love to shoot one!
     
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    I've got the -M version. Some have remarked about accuracy problems with it, and I am one of those. Though, I'm comparing it to a Glock 34 and a S&W 3913 LS, so it's a bit of a stretch for comparison. I've found no issues with it so far, it feeds and extracts any pressure ammo I've put through it, and I've put quite a variety. As far as accuracy goes, I can consistently hit coke cans and bottles at 25 yards, if that's good enough for you. Other than my S&W .38/44 heavy duty, it's my favorite handgun. As we speak, I'm having rounds loaded up for it that will push a 147 grain golden saber at 1207 fps. I have full confidence that the pistol will handle such loads w/o issue. If you've got any questions, I'll do my best to answer them.
     
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