I had my CWP class this past Saturday at work. I was a little nervous about making myself look bad, I fire rifles and machine guns in our range at work pretty regularly but I haven't fired a pistol in years. The FNP-9 I picked up a while back is a great gun though, I not only qualified but got 42 of 50 inside the 9 ring of the target. As nearly as I could see, I had 37 of 40 inside the 9 ring out to 20 yards and was only 50% at 25. I have no doubt the FNP-9 is more accurate than I am, if I was on target it was on target. I wish it tossed the brass a little further to my right, one casing landed right on top of my cap and rolled around for a second before falling off but nothing hit me in the face so I can't complain too much.
Before the class my opinion of the FNP-9 was of a very high-quality, nicely designed handgun that could use a more rounded grip and just wasn't very sexy overall. After taking it to the range I would have to add that it has very good ergonomics, is easy to handle, and has no really finicky habits.
I had my Five-seveN in the car, I hoped I could get some range time with it also but we just didn't have time. I'll have to take them to the outdoor range when the weather improves.
Discuss the FN Handgun lineup; the High Power, FNP, and FNX line.
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