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#6149368 - 01/22/16 03:48 PM FN FNS 9mm....anyone have input?
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Registered: 12/23/07
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Loc: North Texas
About to be in the market for a full size 9mm and have been looking around at all the usual suspects, Glock, Springfield, Beretta, S&W, etc., and happened to stumble across the FN website. I've definitely never seen one firsthand and I'm not even sure I've heard of them before....may have, but just didn't pay any attention. Does anyone have any experience with these pistols and how they might compare to the other major brands, pros or cons? Seem to get good reviews from some of the youtube guys.

Any input is appreciated.

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#6149694 - 01/22/16 07:40 PM Re: FN FNS 9mm....anyone have input? [Re: HillbillyDeluxe]
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I have an FNS 9 and it's the only 9 I've keep. I've had others, all top tier mfg's and seemed nice but between handling, accuracy, wtg and quality it topped them all. It's a close range pistol and darn good at it, in our indoor range at 50 ft line I can put round after round inside the center opening of a cd disc with out touching the plastic. It's a great pistol for any carry use or home protection.
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#6149764 - 01/22/16 08:24 PM Re: FN FNS 9mm....anyone have input? [Re: BassCat'99]
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Originally Posted By: BassCat'99
I have an FNS 9 and it's the only 9 I've keep. I've had others, all top tier mfg's and seemed nice but between handling, accuracy, wtg and quality it topped them all. It's a close range pistol and darn good at it, in our indoor range at 50 ft line I can put round after round inside the center opening of a cd disc with out touching the plastic. It's a great pistol for any carry use or home protection.


Thanks BassCat......your thoughts seem to echo some others I've read online. I like the fact it's a 4" barrel yet has the 17 round capacity too. One reviewer who I really enjoy (Hickok45 on youtube) mentioned it was like the Glock 19 barrel with the Glock 17 grip. This would be my main house gun, hence the need for a full size. I've already got compacts and subs to cover other uses. Like the fact it comes with three factory mags too.

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