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    FNP 45 Tactical reliability and accuracy

    FNP 45 Tactical reliability and accuracy
    Do you find your FNP 45 Tactical 100% reliable and accurate


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    I didn't have a tactical, had a USG, but it was the most accurate pistol I've ever shot and was also very reliable minus +p 200 gr Speer Gold Dots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djv38

    very reliable minus +p 200 gr Speer Gold Dots.


    Could you please explain ?

    Thanks

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    +p Speer Gold dots would hang up on the feed ramp about 40% of the time. I also put +p Corbon and +p Hornaday TAP and those fed fine.
    -Dan

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    I voted NO.

    my trigger-pin is coming out constantly now. Cannot pull the trigger. Cannot push it in easily with finger. It's a toy now.

    Can't believe these were sent out like this really. And it doesn't look like FN has a real "fix" for this. No modified hardware, or anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 762hurts
    I voted NO.

    my trigger-pin is coming out constantly now. Cannot pull the trigger. Cannot push it in easily with finger. It's a toy now.

    Can't believe these were sent out like this really. And it doesn't look like FN has a real "fix" for this. No modified hardware, or anything.
    FFNH

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    Sad. But this pistol looks like "the ****".

    I'm gonna do a no-no, and re-pin the trigger myself. Don't give a **** about warranty on the trigger group.

    And if FNH wont sell me parts. Just another black-eye for them in my book.

    Love your SCARs though FNH! Keep those rollin! lol


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    I have about 1,200 rounds through mine so far and it has been 100% reliable with every ammo I have used. I have only shot about 5 or 6 different brands of ammo but I have had zero problems so far. As far as accuracy goes, with the RMR mounted it is as accurate as my 1911's, M&P's, Springfields and my various revolvers.

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    I have over 1000rds. My first 5 mags were shot with wwb from walmart. Rounds were stuck midway in the mag. Switched over to Remington green box and Winchester Pdx with no problems. Length of wwb is longer than Remington. Just loading wwb is a pain.

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    I have over 1000rds. My first 5 mags were shot with wwb from walmart. Rounds were stuck midway in the mag. Switched over to Remington green box and Winchester Pdx with no problems. Length of wwb is longer than Remington. Just loading wwb is a pain.

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