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    gr8johnson is offline Junior Member
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    Safety on FN9P DA/SA

    Can someone tell me what type safety there is on this gun. thanks

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    It uses a frame mounted de-cocker.

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    No safety, just a decocker. The hammer is held off the firing pin by the sear when decocked. It also has an internal firing pin safety that blocks the firing pin unless the trigger is pulled back fully.

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    The current models just have a decocker, but apparently the new FNP USG models will have a manual safety as well as the decocker.

    Quote Originally Posted by gr8johnson View Post
    Can someone tell me what type safety there is on this gun. thanks

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    m62-m76 is offline Junior Member
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    I just bought a FDE FNP9 and it has safety/fire/decock.

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    Hey, FNP fans, make sure to come check out the FN Forum

    www.fnforum.net

    The FNP has a sweet trigger on them.

    The 45 version should be out very soon!

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