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you sir provide some of the best firearms reviews I've seen. Excellent job as usual.....and keep 'em coming. Very enjoyable.
BTW, here's my FNP-9 SAO....my polymer Browning Hi Power. Nice gun and a real sleeper.
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I have an FNX-9 and according to FNH, the black slide is also stainless, which is why many gun shops sell the black and the "stainless" model for the same price.
Do not pay extra for the silver slide, unless you just like to pay more.
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Interesting point you made on the trigger. I once asked if there was a mod for my FNP40 because my finger slides down and then rubs on the trigger guard. I have had to learn to readjust my trigger finger frequently so that dragging on the guard does not interfere with making a consistent pull.
Are you saying then that the trigger design is purposely to increase leverage?
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I love my FNX9. Just wish I could find a solution to my trigger problem. FN seems to have zero customer service. Nice video, thanks!
kb, what is the issue with the trigger?
If the gun is warm (shoot a mag or two through it quickly) it will no longer fire in double action. If I decock it, I can pull the DA trigger all the way against the frame. It improves as the gun cools (it'll then fire after I hold the trigger against the frame for a second, then after it cools more, it'll fire normally). If I drop the slide on a magazine (so its in single action) or just cock the hammer, its fine. Single action has never been a problem.
I have a very early FNX. I picked it up after an FN demo day at our department...the FNX was brand new. The early models were notorious for having this trigger issue. They have since fixed it, but I cannot find anyone at FN that will even talk to me about how to correct it. Shame, since I absolutely love the pistol.
I love my FNX9.....