FN has a history that began in 1897, when they partnered with legendary John M. Browning producing iconic firearms such as the .30 Cal Machine Gun, Browning Automatic Rifle, Browning Hi Power, 7.65 Auto Pistol and the Auto-5 semi auto shotgun. Today, FN is well known for designing and manufacturing machine guns such as the famous FN SCAR and FN PDW, as well as their FN polymer pistols. With clientele that include Military and Law Enforcement units world wide it is no wonder that lawful citizens have flocked towards this fantastic firearm company. FN firearms are built combat tough with pride and precision.
STRIKE FIRST, HARD AND FAST WITH THE FNS
The FNS is an all new auto-loading service pistol design introduced to law enforcement in 2011. The FNS offers the simplicity of double-action striker-fired operation combined with the proven ergonomics of the FNX platform. The manual safety levers, slide stop levers and magazine release buttons are all fully ambidextrous for ease of operation with either hand and from any firing position. Both the slide and barrel are stainless steel, and the checkered polymer frame has two interchangeable backstraps with lanyard eyelets. A MIL-STD 1913 mounting rail on the underside accepts tactical lights and lasers.
Specifications and Features:
Caliber: 9 mm Luger
Operation: Double-action with Manual Safety
Sights: Fixed 3-Dot or Fixed 3-Dot Night
Magazine Capacity: 17 rounds
Weight: 25.2 oz. empty
Width: 1.35" (top)/1.55" (bottom)
Barrel Length: 4"
Overall Length: 7.25"
Twist Rate: 1:10" RH
Made in the USA
Double-action operation with Manual Safety
5.5 to 7.7 lbs. trigger pull
Stainles s steel construction
External extractor with loaded chamber indicator
Front and rear cocking serrations
Cold hammer-forged stainless steel
Polished chamber and feed ramp
Polymer construction with replaceable steel frame/slide rails
Two interchangeable backstraps with lanyard eyelets
MIL-STD 1913 accessory mounting rail
Serrated trigger guard
Fully-ambidextrous safety lever
Fully-ambidextrous slide stop lever
Fully-ambidextrous magazine release