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    Question GLOCK vs. FNP

    I'm looking into trading my G19 for a FNP9 can anyone tell me the pros & cons of each ? Quality, service, accuracy ?

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    The FNP has had some good comments made about it here and there. However, you'd be trading a gun (the Glock) with a very long track record of reliability, excellent availability of accessories (mags, holsters, sights, etc.), and easy access to knowledgeable gunsmithing, for a gun (FNP) with none of those things.
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    Glock, no question about it.
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    If I were going out today to buy a new pistol and it had to be one of the two that your choosing between, I would choose the FNP. Glock is a great gun, but no matter how much I try to force myself I can't seem to like glocks. The ergonomics are horrible for my hands.

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    Well, come check out the FN Forum if you want to know a lot about the FNP - lots of FNP owners there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
    Well, come check out the FN Forum if you want to know a lot about the FNP - lots of FNP owners there.
    Yeah, you can ask both of the members about FN's!



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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilR. View Post
    Yeah, you can ask both of the members about FN's!



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    We have almost as many members as there are here, dude. Not bad considering there was only 156 in Dec. We'll hit 3000 in another couple of days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shipwreck View Post
    ???

    We have almost as many members as there are here, dude. Not bad considering there was only 156 in Dec. We'll hit 3000 in another couple of days.
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    I saw the smiley - but still wasn't quite sure what U were sayig...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Barham View Post
    The FNP has had some good comments made about it here and there. However, you'd be trading a gun (the Glock) with a very long track record of reliability, excellent availability of accessories (mags, holsters, sights, etc.), and easy access to knowledgeable gunsmithing, for a gun (FNP) with none of those things.
    All true points. I wouldnt hesitate to purchase a FNP, though. IMO, it is a very good handgun. On a side note, right now FN is giving away a kit very much like the kit that comes with the Springfield XD package. Polymer holster, mag pouch, and some kind of "polymer training barrel". Only downside is that you have to send off a form to get the kit.

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