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    Quote Originally Posted by jmz5 View Post
    The laser is tiny, they made it for a handgun, but it goes perfectly on my ps90.
    Yes, I've seen some advertisements for it lately. It looks sweet

    I just meant, was it new for U?

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    Yep, I'm also thinking about a surefire x200 for the other side.

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    Just curious, where did you get the shorter barrel? What's the price range on those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stupidman View Post
    Just curious, where did you get the shorter barrel? What's the price range on those?
    First ya gotta pay a $200 tax stamp to the ATF and get approved. Then, you can buy a new,, shorter barrel and a new flash hider. That's about $300 there.

    Then, unless U are handy with tools, CMMG charges $100 to install it.

    To take off the old barrel, U basically have to destroy it. That's the way the longer barrels were designed by FN. They didn't wanna make it easy.

    So, $500-$600. I was gonna do it too, but I don't think its worth that much extra sjust for a few inches of barrel. And, then U are restricted on selling it in the future, because a buyer would have to go thru the same $200 fee. And, there are some limitations on bringing the weapon to another state w/o filing more ATf paperwork (and, some states won't allow such things).

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    Here's my collection. DAO/Tactical/IOM/USG


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    Kewl

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    If you don't mind me asking, in this thread, what are the major differences between all of those. All I know is the USG is the newer-ish version.

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    Well to quote someone else :

    There are four models of the pistol, the DAO, Tactical, IOM, and the USG. As for versions of the pistols we may never know just how many versions were made. You have tall, medium, and low profile sights that could be on the pistol, and then there was even a low profile adjustable sight on some of the early IOM's. Then to top it off you have the low profile night sights as an option also. On some of the DAO's the logos were in different places on the gun and some of the Tacticals had different shaped and colored levers on them. So as you can see, four basic models but with numerous versions that were built.

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    I've got mine uploaded to the site, but it can't hurt to post it here as well

    FNP-40, with attached Streamlight TLR-2

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    Is that one that rfawcs posted still in production???I think it's the one my neighbor showed me in .40-pushing down the decocker raises the hammer...then you just push it forward to de-cock...his is FN in a FN box but bought with a Browning Hi-Power manual...haven't seen a Browning made that way-I'm a lefty and the action would be great for me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheepdog View Post
    Is that one that rfawcs posted still in production???I think it's the one my neighbor showed me in .40-pushing down the decocker raises the hammer...then you just push it forward to de-cock...his is FN in a FN box but bought with a Browning Hi-Power manual...haven't seen a Browning made that way-I'm a lefty and the action would be great for me...
    No, they are phased out - at least in the USA.

    40 cal ones are about all U can still get - new (from CDNN).

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    Thanks, Shipwreck, for the info....

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    The 45


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    another


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    The three amigos FNP45, FNP9, (FN)Browning Hi-Power


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    Dam nice!

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    Meet "Brutus"!

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