Are these really this expensive?
I bought one a couple years ago from a friend for $650. I had to sell it, now I'm looking to get one for my dad since he liked mine so much.
I've skimmed gunbroker and even the used ones I've seen are near retail. What do?
I think they're good looking, I wonder why you don't see them very often. Is it the price? Or do people consider glocks a similar option with a lower price point?
I bought my FNX45T for $1008 OTD from Grabagun about a year ago. That price seems about right.
this is the only model in history to do that, and this was after it was left out in the sun all day.
after the video was posted, FN literally contacted the YouTuber, sent a replacement that doesn't do that, and took that model to test out what us wrong with it, so it most likely doesnt even happen anymore.
I don't get why people still think buds has the lowest prices you'll find. That and many others are bass pro tier overpriced. Check slickguns.
Also I've been looking for the 9mm version for around $500 but just can't seem to find one. I didn't think they were that expensive either. But it is FN, they could charge HK prices if they wanted to. Seems like they're going the glock route, prices are actually going UP as the model gets older...
They're very underrated. People know all about glocks, s&w's, sigs, HKs, even fucking XDs. But you rarely see these in a shop so most people just aren't aware of them.
Considering quality, features, and price point, I can't think of any better handgun on the market. The 9 & 40 models are all ambi, they give the option of hammer or striker, safety or no safety, and the .45 has a fucking 15 round capacity and gives the option of tacticool or affordable.
Getting me a FNX9 as soon as I find a good deal. I have to torture test it too to disprove the squishy meme, I can't have it as a duty weapon here if it does that. I live in boiling ass hot Phoenix so we're gonna settle it once and for all.
They're not tactical and they're
The FNX tac is FN's version of the USP tac, and it beats it to shit in capacity and price point. If you want something else get something else, if you want the best get FN.
Not when they make it impossible to find the damn thing because they block half the sight.
Also a 1/3 is far better than absolute cowitness.
On an AR, lower 1/3rd is faster.
On a pistol, by having both sighting systems in line with each other, you essentially use both. With practice it is faster. If you dont like it, thats cool.
I'll save you the trouble. Its an awesome gun. I have 1000+ rounds through mine. I've left it in the sun. It gets hot, not squishy that's meme bullshit. Look online I found it difficult to find a local store with one. I rolled the dice and bought one without finger fucking. I now own A fns 9/40 fnx 9/40. All awesome. I want a 45 tactical bad.