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Old 03-04-2013, 12:05 AM   #1
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Thinking about purchasing one in a couple months. Does anyone in the forum own one that could give me some insight on the gun. Everything I've read about it has been positive and I like that but I know every gun has horror stories.
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Old 03-04-2013, 10:33 AM   #2
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I love mine, heavy loaded but a great pistol. Any specific questions about it? Id suggest holding one before just buying it though.
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Thinking about purchasing one in a couple months. Does anyone in the forum own one that could give me some insight on the gun. Everything I've read about it has been positive and I like that but I know every gun has horror stories.
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Just remember that the FNX 45 is an updated FNP 45 and hasn't been out long. If you're the type who wants 6 or 8 mags for each gun, you might be looking a while.

I'm searching for an additional 45 ACP host for my upcoming suppressor, but I've basically ruled out the FNX 45 Tactical as long as they're $1100+. I'd buy an HK before the FN at those prices. The non-threaded gun is significantly cheaper though.
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I've actually found one for just under a grand. Hk are really good guns. If I decided to get an hk I would get a mk23. I like the feel of both hk and fn I guess it just comes down to which one I can find the best deal on when I have the funds and ready to purchase
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