Description

FNH USA FIVE-SEVEN 5.7 X 28MM
Action - Semi-automatic
Barrel Length - 4.75"
Capacity - 20Rd
Firing casing - Fired Case
Finish/Color - Black
Frame/Material - Polymer
Caliber - 5.7x28mm
Manufacturer - FN

Combined with the 5.7x28mm ammunition, the FN Five-seveN® MK2 pistol is adapted to different types of close quarter defensive and training scenarios. Optimized to be used in any condition the operator may encounter.

Highly Accurate

The accuray and flat trajectory of the 5.7x28mm cartridge gives a high hit probability up to 50m.

Extremely low recoil results in quick and accurate firing.

High Capacity Magazine

The FN Five-seveN® MK2 pistol can accept up to 20 rounds in the magazine.

Extremely Light and Ergonomic

The light weight of the slide and barrel, made possible by the 5.7mm calibre, and the reduced weight of the cartridge make the loaded weapon much lighter than traditional handguns.

Well-balanced, with smooth contours and no protruding parts, the FN Five-seveN® MK2 pistol will instinctively be handled correctly and is extremely easy to use.

Fully Safe

The FN Five-seveN® MK2 pistol features an ambidextrous manual safety that blocks the trigger mechanism and avoids any accidental firing.

Manufacturer part # - 3868929300
Model - Five seveN
Sights - Adjustable Sights
Size - Full
Type - Double Action Only
SKU#: FNH-3868929300

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KyGun's trouble w/ their web site is INFURIATING!!!! I can't even bring up my account history, let alone make any purchases. Good thing tho....I've discovered this place.......https://shop.whittakerguns.com/product/43 and they have this for $1,098.99.

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Your web site is not working, Kentucky Gun Store. You are missing sales this memorial.

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For $500 I might be interested but at the price of two and a half Glock 17s I'll pass

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Hey I'm is St. Louis.Imagine shooting a polymer framed .22 but a bit firmer recoil that pushed directly backwards.If you have a nice grip on it, you can put 20 rds down range without repositioning the sites on the target.In a way it really handles like you are shooting a toy but that toy throws brass 10-15 ft and spits out a fire ball.LOL.It is like no other gun that I have shot.I do have to say that I haven't shot a polymer .22 mag pistol.Particularly the keltec pmr but im sure it should have similar characteristics.

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What is the trigger like? Adjustable? How is the reset?

At this price point; too bad there is not a pre-milled rear sight or integral top rail for CQB optics/ other top slide items.

Glad it has a under rail... as there are still way too many top line hand guns which are not/ do not come with such a simple improvement... ( I'm talking to you, lots of M1911A1 knock offs...).

Sorry the ammo is way over 18-21 cpr where it would make this a good competitor to a 9mm.

Can't do it on my limited budget! Thanks Obummer

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I owned the USG for years but ended up selling it.I can go on & on about this gun & why I enjoy having it but I understand why some are not interested.Their reasons are exactly why I was able to let it go.The cost of ammo was the main reason of course.Well I have to say that I couldn't go long w/o it & the Markll & it's Jarvis barrel are now in the safe.I would recommend it to anyone.How anyone who enjoys guns & enjoys shooting could not have any interest in this gun is beyond me.Its obviously the price IMO.If it was half the price those who say they have no interest would take the dive & most would not regret it im sure.It is extremely accurate, very little recoil/zero muzzle flip, high capacity,nice projectile capabilities,light as a g26,reliable as any gun I own, made by FN & I myself think it's cool looking.

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I guess if the ammo is high priced, the gun should be too. I'd like to try one out but damn...... The model is pricey.....and it's not a thing of beauty.

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They are pricey but after shooting one I'm a believer, 20 or 30 rds per mag with very little recoil puts them all on target with ease

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Thanks, if they drop below 1k I'll do it but that may be far off, if ever. I'd just like to try one out first and I don't know anyone that owns one. Do you live anywhere near MN? I could make you a Morel Mushroom and Walleye dinner.......

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These are kinda rare. Only a select few will own them.

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