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    FNX Tac vs FNP Tac

    Well I'm in the market for a 45 tac but there was a guy selling his FNP45T and I asked him what's the difference between the FNP and FNX well he said FNX "sucks" and said mags get stuck.. So being a good bit of Yall have own or shot both which would u think is better ? And differences? Btw the two?


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    Fnp was the first design, fn got feedback on it and worked out most of the problems. The fnx is what came out of it, still has some minor issues though.
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    I've owned both and the fnx is better.
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    FNX, mainly because the chamber is more supported and I feel it feeds better than my FNP 45 did. The mags sticking can happen in both, but it's a pretty easy fix with a dremel or file (depending on how much material you need to remove from the mag release, although some I'm sure are better than others)
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    Thanks that what I was trying to tell my friend but he was just like the FNP just better then the fnx -__- but I was still gonna get a fnx


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    Definitely get a fnx, the only hard part is the color you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razgriz_ninja View Post
    Definitely get a fnx, the only hard part is the color you want.

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    Exactly the color man I heard FDE is hard to keep clean so being U have one is it true ? Lol


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    with care no, after 100-150 rounds the nose turns black. a little solvent and a quick scrub and you are all good. i use a bristle brush and hoppes 9. pic is after a 300 round outing and a quick cleaning.
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    The FDE gets a little dirty, but CLP and a rag or micro fiber cloth cleans it quite easily.
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    Ahh gotcha and VERY CUIROUS if I was to just get a regular fnx45 can I swap it to fit the 45T barrel ?


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