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    I was looking at ordering a fnp9 but was wondering how you thought the safety would hold up?It just looks so thin and I was wondering about it bending if dropped by accident. I found the USG for just a tad over 550.00 but put it off due to the concern of the safety. Anyone have any problems or heard of problems with the safety bending or anything. I just want to make sure before I dish out that much money for one (limited budget). It fits my hand like a glove and I really like the looks, fit, and finish. Thanks for any help you can provide.

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    The one on my Browning Pro 40 (same gun as the FNP 40) has not gave me any issue. And I use the weapon fairly often. It's been in my rotation for a while now. It's as good not as it's ever been.

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    Thanks for the input because this will serve a duel roll of home and with me when out and about.

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    The FNP pistols are pretty good ones. It's the only poly frame weapon I own anymore. I like having a hammer and a decock on it.

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