Fnp 40 / Fnp 9?

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    Fnp 40 / Fnp 9?

    Who owns one of these? I have read a bit about them and I am intrigued by them. They come with 3 magazines too. That is not something that you see every day.

    Can I hear opinions about the FNP series of guns from anyone who has shot one or owns one? I'd be very interested.
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    I have the 40. I love mine although it doesnt get out all that much. I mainly using as my camping gun. 14+1 rnds and lightweight makes me happy. The only thing I have had go wrong is that I bent the decocker. I tripped and it caught on something. Still works fine and I managed to bend it back in. I don't carry this though if that is what you are interested in using it for. A little too bulky for me althoug I honestly have tried to carry it concealed either. Never had a problem with mine either. It has two changeble grips , a slim one and a bigger one I think. I put one of those rubber grip sleaves on mine and it fits my hands just perfectly.
    I dont think you would be dissapointed.
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    They shoot good and seem to reliably feed everything, but I won't own or carry one because of the placement of the decocker. I shoot high thumb from years of 1911 shooting and when I do that with this gun my fingers rest on the decocker and it makes for a whole lot of double action pull shooting.
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