Money is money. What did you not like about the CZ?
If I had to nit pick it was the plastic trigger
I just keep stuff fluid, not really a keeper/collector of things, addicted to the art of the deal.
I can respect that. Do you want to know why CZ started to make the triggers plastic?
That face you make when your wife forgets to clean her cannon!
So the CZ 75 champion had a metal trigger in it and wow it’s light.
It’s to light in fact. Double taps and mag dumps happen at least once an outing.
So Cz started to install plastic triggers. The plastic has just enough give to eliminate the frequent double, triple, or dump that will happen with a metal trigger.
That beauty has been my favorite for over 5 years, not likely to change unless I obtain a Baer Custom Hemi.
Well I call this thread successfully derailed!
Oh whoops it’s my thread!
Hahaha, I made the same face when I realized I hadn’t cleaned it after the last cotton ball showdown.
Ah, a flaw, came out sooner that I expected,
I really miss the 1/4 mile. The last car we brought did 8.001 on meth.
They’re my favorite, too.
It feels like a cordless drill. Its huge! I consider it a tactical black and decker. The HK seems higher quality both fit and finish wise, imo.
I want that! Beautiful piece!
If FNH would get off their asses, and ditch the FNX-45 for the newer technology, and make an FNS-45… it would be the single greatest tactical 45 cal on the market.
Until then I will continue hating myself for owning a Glock G41 Gen4 MOS. I spent a shit-ton of money making a Glock into the closest representation of a FNS-45 that I could.
FNX-45 seems like a decent pistol, but I don’t see it doing anything “special” other than be made by FN. I’m sure it’s a fantastic tactical .45, but I don’t think .45 is really the way to go anymore (WE ALREADY HAVE CALIBER DISCUSSIONS, LETS NOT DO THAT HERE), and I don’t see any reason to pay for the other FNX models over a comparable pistol.
The P320 .45 failed the market. Why did they think another low capacity .45 was a good idea? Ever since Sig went to MecGar mags, I’ve had nothing it troubles with them.
If there was a was to disable a FNX safety, and make it solely a decocker (akin to a Sig P series pistol), I would recant my statement about needing an FNS-45.