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FN 5.7 #6982789
12/04/17 11:48 PM
12/04/17 11:48 PM
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duckhunter55 Offline OP
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Thinking about buying one of these. Shot one that a friend had and was impressed. I'm not a expert but would like a pistol with some back bone .I carry a 357 hunting and a 38 pocket pistol.
Thanks


This country is stuck on stupid!
Re: FN 5.7 [Re: duckhunter55] #6982846
12/05/17 12:16 AM
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It is a fun and deadly gun, ballistics wise very similar to a 22 Hornet, with that round in a PS90 I have taken hog, yote, skunk, raccoon and turkey. It would not be my choice for snakes, hogs unless base of ear shots though

Re: FN 5.7 [Re: duckhunter55] #6982854
12/05/17 12:27 AM
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I have the pistol and AR upper. Both deadly accurate and fun to shoot.


Originally Posted by bill oxner
Haven't had it in years but never spit any out.
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