FNH FNS-9 Five Inch

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On the table, at the FN range, was an unassuming bitone striker-fired pistol. On closer inspection it became obvious it was not the competition model while still maintaining a longer slide. This is FN’s new standard FNS-9 with a five inch barrel.

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FN FNS-9 5″ & FNX-45 Tactical

The firearm functioned without a problem and the trigger was decent. What really makes this version of the FNS special, is the complete lack of a manual safety. This is what many FN users have been waiting for.

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Ethan M

A telecom engineer for an international company; Ethan didn’t finish his biology studies in college. After a year, his book club started meeting at the range as the Aftermath Gun Club. Ethan’s firearm interests are mostly with Cold War era small arms.


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  • Joseph

    Now let’s make it “Tactical”

  • Jeff

    What is different between this and the competition model?

    • Ethan (Aftermath Gun Club)

      The competition model has special sights to extend the sight radius, and
      from the photos, the competition model promos all show a manual safety.