Are FNX-45s actually good or are they another meme gun? I got tricked into buying a VP9 by you assholes and don't want to waste anymore money.
I love mine, best gun I've ever bought.
Really accurate, light recoil and a nice trigger. Got the tactical version so I could put an red dot on it. It can be a little big for some people but I think it fits perfect in my hands. grip texture is also perfect imo, really aggressive which is good because my hands are always sweaty...fml.
I'm not a huge .45 fan, and if the tactical version came in 9mm I would have gotten that.
i love mine.
good trigger, good capacity, super soft shooting, and great ergos
Speaking of memes....
FNX45 is a fine gun. I own one, plan on picking up a tactical model later this year.
It will find a way to take all your money.
You have it for a few days and suddenly uou get a voice in your head saying "gee, I should put a light on this" or "golly, I can mount an RMR to this here bit on the slide".
And then you remember that nobody makes a goddamn holster for it and the magazines are $40 apice.
Its supposed to do that...
This isn't a lack of quality its a design choice. Now, before you fucking meme on me show me one owner who complains about the grip.
Am I the only one who thinks it's weird that most people with an FNX-45 get the expensive "Tactical" version, when very few of these people actually have an optic or suppressor?
It seems most buyers don't realize there's a normal FNX-45 that's only $700. You don't need to buy the OPERATOR version.
If you want decent reliable .45 with good compacity get it but If you want decent compacity .45 bult like fucking a tank and will be around for at least two hundred years after you died of old age get a USP TACTICAL
No it's not, as FN apologized and replace the guy's gun.
That said it was a isolated thing; a lemon. That's now how the polymer always is.
FNX. Lighter, lower recoil, higher capacity, can carry in any mode you want. It's just better and more advanced in general.
I should mention that I love this stupid thing. I want to give it all kinds of expensive shit to wear while shooting the sloppiest loads through it at the fastest speed possible. I want to mount a suppressor, light, and optic, jam it into a custom kydex holster, and use it to turn kebab inside out in the middle of the night.
It's kinda like that girl who became a pornstar right out of highschool and had a shitton of work done. You're her sugar-daddy now and you can't bring yourself to stop spending money on her because she's withholding anal until you get her that new toy.
Even better is that the optic mount on the FNP/FNX-45 tacticool is so close to the ejection port, your red dot is gonna get dinged constantly. And if you add use a suppressor, the optic becomes unusable from filth.
I ended up selling mine and having a G41 milled. Still ended up being cheaper.
FN are known for reliable and function weapons of any kind.
FNX-45 is their 'tactical .45' offering, and so it is a functional and reliable .45.
Even in regards to >>28583967 squishy gun,
They shipped him a brand new one and took the old pistol for testing on its unique 'condition'.
They are one of the huge diverse arms manufacturers that supply dozens of first world military's with firearms, you can't get that gig while being a third party organisation if you aren't good, most governments have local companies manufactur knock-offs of foreign guns or manufacture licensed knock-offs locally, but FN can actually be relied on, that's why every Military and their dog have an FN MAG, Minimi, Maximi, Hi-Power, SCAR or P90 or FNX.
I have an fnp
It is great.
Easy to service
Durable ( i have 6000 rds through mine)
My only complaint. Is the rds is too close to the ejection port. With a suppressor on mine geta powder residue on it.
Do you wanna know the truth?
I have been a armorer and firearms instructor for a long time, and have never seen such a low-quality pistol so widely used by LE as the FNS/FNX.
> I am sure someone will be offended
can a metal lower receiver conceivably be made? like, if there isn't already a metal version, could one be made? i mean, i have access to milling and CNC equipment. i would think it would be really easy, just a metal version of the exact same thing.
Meme. You should get the XD 5" Tactical model. 13 rounds a mag. .45 stronk. Manual safety is an option if you are a sissy fag.
They are really good, if you want a 45 "duty" gun
It has a good capacity for 45, although that comes at cost of a thicker grip than most are used to
The stock trigger is bretty good mang, and is da/sa and has a decocker, so muh chamber loaded hammer down carry sexiness
Comes from factory able to take red dots, which is more awesome because I had a spare burris sight thats fun to fuck with
and I left my fnx on my car hood in a colorado summer and it didn't squish nearly as bad as that one meme
tl;dr, if you don't want a glock, get an fnx
>your red dot is gonna get dinged constantly
Only a problem if you care about keeping guns pretty. I've racked the sight off surfaces harder than brass and the RMR doesn't seem to mind.
>And if you add use a suppressor, the optic becomes unusable from filth.
Occluded gunsights, how do they work?
I should have said low-QC or poor-QC.
I had a batch of some 100 FNS-40's and about 28/29 of them had to be sent back for repairs.
This is one man's experience though, I have a SCAR and P12 and I love both and have thousands of rounds through them.
>FNP / FNX / FNS
>Browning Semi-Auto .22
>walk into gun shop
>me: I'm looking for an FN
>guy behind counter: that's what I carry!
>*lifts up shirt, full-size FNX45 tactical with rmr, a light, and I'm pretty sure an extended floorplate mag*
He conceals this daily... and it wasn't even noticeable. Sometimes I wish I was fat.
That gun does not seem like its been actually used. It seems like someone deliberately dirtied it up imo....
Look how pristine the slide and frame are apart from the scuffs on the ejection port.
>act hard by deliberately damaging equipment
But the RMR isn't damaged, so....
>I have no idea what an occluded gunsight is
Well that was already obvious.
>FN marketing their stuff at all
It's downright amazing how many gun stores don't stock FN, and how many clerks have never heard of them. They're so much larger and more successful than Steyr, yet have the same problem with non-existent marketing.
Browning and Winchester and marketed extremely well, but FN doesn't seem too concerned about getting their own products out there. They seem to rely on word of mouth.
I love my FNS, but I probably would have never known it existed if I didn't already like FN and follow their new stuff.
4chan never ceases to amaze me. In one thread it will be said my guns are never used, and in the next I'm told they are maltreated over pics like this one. /k/ always wants it both ways.
It's damaged if the front lens is scratched to shit, even if it still works.
>occluded eye gunsight
>advocate a special snowflake, imprecise aiming method instead of just fixing the placement of the optic
>I deliberately make my life difficult to look operator
>In one thread it will be said my guns are never used, and in the next I'm told they are maltreated over pics like this one. /k/ always wants it both ways.
It's almost like /k/ is thousands of different people and not just one guy with conflicting opinions
Steyr literally does fuck-all to market their shit.
FN is almost as bad.
Beretta also does a shitty job. I have an ARX100 and fucking love it but would not know about it if I got all my information from gunstores.
All their stuff is awesome. They make great shotguns for example, but who had ever heard of, much less shot, the SLP? That's a great auto shotgun that would give any Benelli a run for the money.
>several years after the weapon had been released to the market
>still perpetuating this bullshit despite the countless other owners who have not experienced any such issue
>moving the goal posts
First you said the optic becomes unusable due to filth, which is blatantly false. It simply becomes an occluded gunsight at that point and you should already be aiming with both eyes open thus impact on function is negligible.
Now you're claiming the lens will become scratched due to the optics placement which I have not experienced at all with the RMR or Docter optics used on this particular handgun.
If you have photographic evidence of this happening to your weapon I'd love to see it, though I still won't care.
As far as I can tell they're actually pretty damn popular in the tacticool shotgunner / 3-gun circles. I see a lot of people with the SLP.
I remember a couple years ago, when Steyr announced they were officially coming to the US and doing their own marketing instead of relying on shit fly-by-night importers who kept going out of business and not advertising.
Well, they're fully set up now, but they still don't advertise for shit. They would sell an assload of M9 and L9 pistols if they just let Americans know they were there.
U srs bro?
If you could make the blueprints for it sure I guess, but generally plastic designs are more moldable than metal... That is if you're using metal you might want to make the design less intricate, because it might not work out as well as plastic. With slight modification to the design, sure I suppose. You'd have to be really good to get the exact dimensions down though.
If you ever do it post results. I'd love a metal one in 9mm.
>It was formally adopted by countries for their military for a reason.
And that reason is bureaucrats.
Fuck off with your roll pinned grip safety bullshit. I like serbians better anyway.
>He legitmately likes eastern european.... anything...
>impact on function is negligible
>can't even aim precisely
>but... but.. it still works... sorta
Operator cosplaying is sure is hard.
Like I said earlier, I sold mine specifically because of the optic mount placement, but if you can spend 2 seconds typing into google, here's one singular anecdote to counter your singular anecdote:
I've seen the regular model in the same two tone as your pic online for $580-$650 new
Was considering trading my stainless slide two-tone off for a friends 1911 and getting the FDE/black.
love mine. I actually like it better than my USP overall. The only complaints I have is that I don't prefer manual safeties
The other being that the magazine seems like it can get caught if you insert it at a hard angle. It gets caught on the mag release in the well.
>After 300 rounds I noticed that some empty brass did in fact hit and deflect off the front of the RMR's aluminum housing but only left some minor brass deposits which easilly wiped off. No nicks or scratches. The lense is clear and free of scratches so if any brass did bounce off the lense you can't tell.
So you posted a link that proves my point? Ok, thanks man.
I'm not up to date with their pricing, but $580-$650 sounds much more reasonable.
>S-steyr is in the US? What do they make?! Please god tell me we can get AUGs and STG58s!!!
They make white AUGs, for one. Also a whole lot of other stuff. You can even buy stuff directly from them. A few months ago they had all their pistols on sale for $449.
>just wasn't good enough
>for our military
Those guys run around in baby blue pajamas with guns from the 50s that weren't even the best option in the 50s. They never pick the right thing.
No, the link proves the brass will hit the optic lens, as it happened with the insight. With a paltry number of rounds with a RMR mounted, the lens didn't scratch. Yet.
Here's a video of this happening: https://youtu.be/0a6BhIDttm8
Considering that cartridge brass is harder than polycarbonate and the odds of a good solid direct hit is highly dependent on ammo, grip, etc, it really is just a matter of time before your RMR gets scratched, and over time/rounds more scratches will accumulate.
It's OK though, when the RMR is completely scratched up you can just do occluded aiming, full time.
My dad has one. It's nice enough but it isn't so great that I'd go out and get one over another modern .45 handgun. I have a Glock 21 that works just fine, only I can drop a fuckton of aftermarket parts into mine to make a competition gun if I want, while the FNX will probably always just be a stock FNX.
Would I buy a different .45 given the chance? I doubt it. Would I feel like I bought a shitty gun comparing to other options if I'd went with the FNX? No, it's nice and the stock model is appropriately priced.
FNX Tactical vs. USP Tactical though, I liked the USP better. Sold it because rifles are better in every conceivable way though.
Why do people second guess guns from reputable manufacturers again? If you die in a serious situation it's gonna be because you're a fucktard and did dumb shit, not because your gun broke.
Best? No. Good enough for the price at the time we got it? Yes.
By your argument they should all toss their current weaponry and replace it with M16/M4, M9, and so on.
Nope, but has always produced weapons that work well for the price they are sold.
>he actually thinks they'll actually pick a new gun this time around instead of just canceling the program, sticking with the 92 for 5-10 more years, then starting another trial that will end the same way
When did I say that? My argument is they should have picked the ar18 over the 15 and the FNX-9 should be the service pistol. But at this point we're so far into wasting money on junk we might as well stick with it.
>Here's a video of this happening:
I see a video demonstrating the negative affect weak reloads can have on your ejection pattern causing the malfunction shown. Nothing showing damage attributed to the brass.
You keep going on and on complaining about the inevitability of "muh lens scratches." Strange how none of my pistol mounted RMR's through the thousands of rounds I've shot with them seem to display any such visible markings. I guess that means I'll just have to keep shooting them more.
>strong rounds will actually increase the slide speed and therefore reduce the distance which the brass has been flung before the optic slams back into the ejected case
Take a flashlight to your RMR and see the little guys developing.
>Strange how none of my pistol mounted RMR's through the thousands of rounds I've shot with them seem to display any such visible markings
Indeed, only my FNP-45 had this problem. Now that it's been sold, I haven't run into it.
>I guess that means I'll just have to keep shooting them more.
Please do, I enjoy seeing people try to brute force their way through an inherent design flaw.
You said they didn't choose the same stuff that the US did and that they choose outdated weaponry that was shit. Which is you arguing that they should replace all their shit with what the US uses.
Price to quality ratio. Is the gun good enough for the right price? FNX isn't. XD and the XD(m) are cheaper with equal quality. Hell, you could argue they have better quality as the XD series will eat any ammo you feed it. Then throw in that the XD is in official use by the military so that speaks well of the basic design. Compared to the FNX which isn't in official use with anyone.
I have one and although I still haven't shot it a ton, I really like it so far. I mostly bought it for the high capacity, pre-milled slide, and threaded barrel although I probably won't put an RMR on it anytime soon. I also like that it's DA/SA with a cocked and locked option. What I didn't expect was the accuracy. It's one of the most accurate handguns I've fired if not the most. The very first ten rounds I fired out of it at about 5-7 yards, all but three formed just one hole dead center on the target. Trigger is a little bit squishy and somewhat long but it's not meant to be a competition gun, I'm not picky about triggers anyway, and like I said, it hasn't given me any problems with accuracy. And no, the mag well doesn't flex like rubber. It's polymer so it'll flex ever so slightly if you squeeze it hard enough just like some other polymer pistols but it doesn't affect normal operation in any way. The only silly putty mag well I've seen is the one in that specific video where I assume either the polymer was defective or he let the gun get much much hotter than he thought.
So yes, in my opinion they are good.
Why don't you like the VP9 by the way? I have no desire to buy one I'm just wondering what you specifically don't like.
Not him but as I heard it, MAC did a video on the VP9 and it didn't pass whatever "torture" test he put it through.
Plus that annoying shit that was shilling the VP9 probably turned a lot of people off.
I haven't heard anything really bad about it other than that.
I actually missed the USP in anon's post, I was just comparing the FNX to the USP.
That said, the FNX does have lighter recoil than the USP in my experience. Not by much, mind you. It's just a heavier pistol.
It reads like you had a bad experience and, rather than identifying the actual problem, you claimed the gun was faulty and sold it. Meanwhile, other users haven't had the same problem, and continue to enjoy shooting their pistols.
When asked to prove your claim, you 1) repeat the claim, 2) post links that don't satisfy the burden of proof and 3) make further claims (e.g. "take a flashlight to your RMR and see the [scratches] developing") that you also cannot prove.
In short, you don't know what you're talking about.
Holster for FNX-45:
I own a FNP-45, which is most likely dimensionally identical to the later FNX-45, and I'm able to fit it, with a TLR-1, into a Safariland 6280 (?i think?) made for a Glock 21.
I had to remove the little muzzle nipple nubbin and file some of the material away, but it still holds the pistol securely.
Apparently a video showing brass striking the optic isn't enough proof, as if a design that places the optic where it is likely to be struck by ejected brass isn't flawed. This is demonstrated by the video and is testimonials are easily found online.
Your defense against this design flaw is, the RMR is tough enough to take infinite strikes, which is really just a foolish argument since no plastic, however tough, can take repeated strikes from cartridge brass without eventual marring.
Then there's the whole occluded gunsight horseshit. I mean really, do you really insist that a workaround for a design flaw is in fact a feature? Is there any benefit to this method whatsoever?
It's fine that you are emotionally attached to your gear choices, just don't defend obvious flaws.
>MAC did a video on the VP9
His repressed outrage in that VP9 video and later in TP9 video was epic to watch. You could understand that he hated himself for buying that gun!
The burden of proof is on you to satisfy your claim, namely, that there is some problem with the FNX-45 and RMR in combination. You have not satisfied that burden to any degree whatsoever. The video does not, repeat, does not examine the optic after it is "struck" by ejected brass. That is neither the purpose of the video, nor an unintended consequence.
The combination of the FNX and RMR is well tested, in excess of any testing you could have ever possibly accomplished on your own.
>Quite a few of you guys have asked about the Trijicon RMR sights and we do have two in use. They are mounted on our suppressed FNX-45’s and one has been been on the line since day one. The oldest one finally had to get sent back to Trijicon for repair but I couldn’t believe how long it lasted. It wasn’t my RMR sight (it’s our friend Mario’s) and I initially felt bad because the pistols get thrown (yes, the thrown) into a cart and the end of the day and hauled off to the vault. In addition, it’s lasted constant tossing onto a range cart or thrown into a dump pouch with either other pistols or mags all day long.
>My buddy Pete used to run a RMR on his MP5 for 3-gun and I always thought it was such a fragile looking sight and for the cost, there was NO WAY I would ever use one where it had the chance of getting damaged. Knowing what I know now, I wouldn’t have any worries putting one on a weapon that’s going to get daily use.
My recommendation is that you find a reputable source that backs your claim and provide it yourself. After all, you wrote that "testimonials are easily found online." If that is true, you should be capable of linking one or more of them.
However, what would probably be a more efficient use of your time is to resign to the more likely possibility that your claim is baseless and unsubstantiated in fact.
>buying a .45 for anything besides fun
If you intend to use it as a deadly paperweight, it's a great gun.
considering how comparable the 9mm is to the .45 with the added benefit of capacity and weight, it's the obviously better choice.
>Made in Croatia
>Not slav trash
>Unironically bitches about manual safeties while defending a gun with a shitty excuse for a grip safety.
You mean 13% less?
My claim is the FNP/FNX-45 placement of the optic mount will end up with brass strikes on any optic (>>28584176). No mention of the RMR. Optic strikes are now proven fact, as the video demonstrates.
You are the one who dragged the RMR into the discussion, insisting that it is immune to damage from said brass strikes. My counterpoint is that this is a dubious claim. You can compare the hardness of the two materials (polycarbonate vs cartridge brass) and draw your own conclusions. Either way, the placement is a design flaw. The consequences of that flaw might be lessened by using a tough optic, but the flaw is still there.
By the way, the link you posted says the RMR had to be sent back to repair (for unknown reasons) but you somehow interpret that information as "there were no scratches on the RMR sight window". How'd you figure that?
This. HK fanboys refuse to acknowledge reality when it comes to their brand.
Perfect example: post about a legitimate issue with their pistols, get banned from their hugbox, safe space, circlejerking forums:
Of course, when the topic of recommending a suppressor comes up, the fanbois rewrite history with their recollection of past events:
>There's one gentleman who comes to mind who posted here about his slide seizing up. He sent it to HK and they determined the cause was use of an improperly tuned suppressor.
>improperly tuned suppressor
>improperly tuned suppressor
>improperly tuned suppressor
In the real world, we call that a pistol that is dogshit. With virtually every other major pistol manufacturer, you can use more than 2 different brands of suppressors with your host gun. But no no no, it's the suppressors fault, not HK. It's the suppressor technology, having improved somewhat over the past decade and does a much better job of suppressing than the obsolete KAC and B&T suppressors, that is a problem.
Sound reduction isn't the point, but looking cool is when you're a HK fanboy.
I see another reply that completely fails to substantiate your claim with relevant proof. Just more empty claims backed by nothing. No links, no documentation, no evidence.
Your case is dismissed.
>the still shot of posted video literally says, "You will see that the spent casings do however strike the site (sic) frequently"
Here's an interesting bit of Rockwell data
>Cartridge brass: B93
They don't even use the same test. Hah. But hey, allow your RMR lens to be hit by a material orders of magnitude harder just so you can feel operator. It's your money.
Maybe go rent one and find out for yourself, you oxygen thief. You deserve every wasted penny that you spent on that garbage.
Don't buy just cause you read about it. Got test one out and see if you like it. They maintain range rental guns for shit and so when you find one that you like you are looking at one that has been worn in and is representative of what your would look like after a few years of service.
Rent and test before you buy, dummy.
Frequent practice and this becomes a non-issue
Valid point. Not overly concerned about that on my daily carry
>more wear on gun
For the 98% of people this is an absolute non-issue
I am debating between getting a Jericho 941 45 for $450 or a FNX for $650. Can someone give me a reason not to get a Jericho other than "Jew Gun", "weaboo gun" or "just get a CZ?"
I like that it has a steel frame, and they have the safety on the frame instead of the slide now, but I can't argue with the capacity of the FN. Has anyone fired both?
Yes it is, when you consider price and especially weight
Why the fuck would you be fine with more recoil. What if I don't want to have sore wrists all fucking day from practicing with my .40 when I could just shoot a 9mm
>more wear on gun
yeah I agree, if it's made for whatever caliber it is fine.
I'm the guy you responded to >>28589632
I don't like it because of the ballistics, also I never thought a round it's self could be so inaccurate. Nothing to do with me or the gun, after shooting several I have determined I hate the .40
I've looked for a double stacked45, but haven't found one I really liked.
I have a 941F in 9mm and its great, but the 45 version is only available with the shorter barrel. Adding to that is the steel frame which makes it a bit too heavy for comfortable daily carry (for me at least).
The Sig P227 seems like the best alloy framed option now that the big magazines are available.
Tanfoglio's upper end models are nice and mecgar magazines are easy to find if you do want a full sized steel frame version.
Pic related, Tanfoglio Elite Stock III
>HURRR MUH SLAV TRASH MAYMAY!!!!
Yes, a grip safety is superior to a manual safety. Though if you find that you must have a manual safety for some asinine reason you can get the XD with a manual safety.
15+1 vs 13+1
That is similar. Not the same, simply similar.
Several nations actually. It's also known as the HS2000. Think Beretta 92 vs M9. Same thing, different name. From wikipedia:
Bosnia and Herzegovina (armed forces)
Croatia (armed forces and police)
Dominican Republic (armed forces)
Indonesia (armed forces)
Macedonia (armed forces)
Malaysia (armed forces)
Thailand (armed forces)
It is also approved for use with several US police departments and law enforcement agencies.
Mine is pretty awesome, not all squishy squishy like all the memes say, and it's fed anything I put in it. I have small hands, but I can still shoot it DA just fine. The trigger isn't the best thing on the planet, but it's a polymer framed service pistol, not a race gun, and I can get fairly good accuracy from it.
On the downside, it's not the most user serviceable gun on the market. They really only want you to field strip it, and do nothing further.
Grip safety lowers your chance of glock leg.
But mostly it's for ergos. XD is more comfortable to shoot IMO.
But hey, at least the 21 is supposed to come standard with 13 rounders, like the XD, according to glocks website.
All of this, for similar prices (depending on area of course). Though the XD will probably be a better deal. Glocks are more popular so supply vs demand, especially when we get scares, will probably make glock prices skyrocket.
>well ya gotta shoot it more
>more wear on the gun
>this isnt an issue
but anon, if you have to shoot it more to remove the recoil factor, the more wear on the gun does become an issue
le contradicting anon-kun
Personally, even though I love my Glock 19, I'm not a big striker guy. So if I wanted another .45 that wasn't a 1911, I'd go with a Sig P220 or P227 because I'm not that worried about capacity.
YMMV and I don't judge, even if I don't understand the appeal of XDs.
I'll assume you mean the XD line not XDs specifically.
I think it's because the XDs was the first pistol of its size to be 1" wide. It's actually smaller than that, it's just that the slide release and take down lever were just a smidge too big for it all to be under 1" wide. So people liked it because it had good quality and outside of the slam fire issue it had (which was fixed years ago and affected only a small range of them) the guns were reliable and accurate. Then people try the other guns in the XD line and like them because they tend to be cheap, accurate, and reliable.
But hey, I get it if someone doesn't like them. I just plain don't like glocks but I won't stop you from getting one if you really want it.
Which parts of it? The XD line comes with a rail for you to mount shit like lights or lasers. You are able to replace the sights. If you need to replace anything else on your gun you either broke it or that just shows the gun isn't worth the price (note, I said NEED, not want).
I haven't had issues finding holsters. Yes they tend to be generic "any 4" semi-auto" type holsters, but they work fine.
If you take it to a reputable gunsmith they should be able to fix your gun without any issues. If they can't or can only do glocks, then you found someone who is incompetent or an armorer.
>enjoy your fudd round.
.40 is to shooting what posting on R9K is to real life.
It's for know nothing faggots who struggle with the most mundane details in life and would better serve the world by swallowing gravel until their insides are ground chitluns. .40 is what you get when brothers and sisters fuck. And I don't mean hot like on porn hub, I mean two sweaty pathetic masses of ugly making an abomination fit only to be cast into the fires of Mt. Doom. It's a stupid round and you're a three toed tree faggot for using it. Eat the biggest bag of dicks you can find.
FNX's fit in FNP holsters, and nobody updated their sites, which is why everyone says they can't find FNX holsters. Justs search for FNP-45 holsters and you'll get ones made specifically for it.
I had a friend sell me a FNX-45 and a Glock 43 for 700. I was only able to put a few mags through it before I had to leave, i'm currently on a deployment, and i'm in love I don't have alot of experience with pistols but it seems solid. BTW the night sights are the shit.
I have a 1911 and I am concerned about two things with the FNX.
That slide release looks awfully small. I hated using the one on the Glock, so will the FNX's be a problem too?
I ride the thumb safety on the 1911, but I noticed that the FNX has a decocker built in. Is it something to worry about or can it be turned into a safety only?
>tricked into buying a vp9
So you got tricked into buying a quality striker fired 9mm pistol? Woe is you.
>Tim from MAC beat the shit out of a VP9 and had some failures
Fuck, I hope my pistol never gets used as a baseball, boomerang or shovel.
He did beat the shit out of it but before all that hydraulic pressure caused the striker to fail, he puts a Canik TP9SA and it doesn't have the same issues.
All I'm saying is that IWI makes great rifles, and you can get great deals on those at budsguns along with some nice premium federal ammunition to shoot along with it.