FN PS90 5.7x28mm vs. 300 Milk Jugs

If summer is not for shooting hundreds of milk jugs with filled with colored water, I don’t know what it is for. A reader sent us four videos that he and his friends made of them shooting their FN PS90 carbine and FN Five-seveN pistols …

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  • FourString

    PS90 😀 nice to shee a posht on thish wewhoo!

  • M.M.D.C.

    Redneck recycling! I’m going to do the same thing tomorrow. 🙂

  • gunslinger

    intersting to see the difference between the pistol and rifle when hitting the jugs

  • Lance

    Watch out Obama may try to ban P-90s now to save young milk jugs LOL!

    • sauerquint

      Guns not politics, read it, learn it.

      • PatrickHenry1789

        I’ve been refraining from it. It’s hard not to do with all of the gun control stuff that’s been going on lately.

  • Tim

    Awesome videos!

  • Allan

    Unfortunately this is all the 5.7 is good for/

    • Tim White


    • Blake

      It seems that Mexican cartels and the Secret Service disagree with you.

    • st4

      The platform has been in production for two decades and seen action world wide. This either means 1) It works as designed or 2) users world wide for the past 20 years have all been stupid. I wouldn’t bank on 2.

      • FourString

        Lol. Love this comment. Yeah, 5.7x28mm tears shit up.

    • anon

      “Unfortunately this is all the 5.7 is good for.” – said no one ever on the business end of one.

  • sauerquint

    And that’s how you get ANTS people!

    I assume these were all hollow points. Since that’s the civvy legal stuff.

    • Michael

      American Eagle 40grain TMJ

  • Blake

    BTW if one was looking for a 5.7mm rifle affordable to mere mortals, I’ve read several nice reviews of the Savage Model 25.

    But 22 Hornet is balistically similar & has been around forever. Of course you’re not going to find a pistol chambered in it (other than a BFR or a Contender or something) but back before the ammo panic it was about the least expensive non-military centerfire rifle caliber out there.