Hello everyone I am seriously considering an FNP 45 right now, the only other decision being the FNX40 so I'm pretty set on an FN product. The question I had is: Did FN fix the problem with the trigger pin creeping out on the FNP 45?
Originally Posted By Papaw:
My FNP .45 USG has a fired-cartridge date of 12-10 and it has had ZERO
gun-related problems. The slide release was tight when new, but it loosened
up quickly. I've never heard of the trigger pin working out; mine sure hasn't.
I've heard of them ejecting all over the place, but I could put a five-gallon bucket
one foot to my right rear and catch 90% percent of my brass.
The ONLY mag problem I have had is my four 15-round mags had stiff-ass springs
when new but are getting easier to load with use. I have heard of the mags not feeding
WWB, but I started shooting that stuff right off the bat, again zero problems.
The ONLY ammo problem was with five 165-grain JHP's that were too lightly loaded
to cycle; the next five with a heavier charge fed, fired, and ejected with no problems.
I was working up the powder charge and had three sets of five rounds. Everything else,
including steel-cased TulAmmo, my baby eats like popcorn.
FNP .45: buy with confidence.
Thanks for the info!! I just placed an order for one and will give a range report once I have taken it out,