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Black FNP 45 Tactical Lipsey Exclusive
Lipsey’s to be exclusive supplier.
McLean, VA-- Lipsey’s, one of the nation’s leading wholesale firearms distributors selling only to federally licensed dealers, has added the latest FNP-45 Tactical (Item #FN66810) to its exclusive inventory line-up. The new pistol is the first all-black version of the just-launched and very popular Tactical line and is only available at Lipsey’s from July 1 to September 30.
Developed for the U.S. Joint Combat Pistol Program, the FNP-45 Tactical offers .45 ACP performance, a checkered polymer frame and has a low-bore axis for reduced felt recoil and enhanced operator control. Four interchangeable backstraps come standard with the pistol to allow the user to customize the feel of the grip. All operating controls are fully ambidextrous, and the 5.3" stainless steel barrel has a threaded muzzle to accept sound suppressors, compensators and other accessories. Complete with high-profile combat night sights, this pistol includes two mounting bases to accept multiple styles of optional red-dot electronic sights. Three 15-round magazines, an owner’s manual, a locking device and a fitted Cordura®nylon soft case come standard.
The FNP-45 Tactical in black is available to ship immediately. To order yours today contact a Lipsey’s Sales Professional by calling (800) 666-1333....
The FNP 9 and FNP 9M
Starting with the polymer frame, the takedown lever is on the forward left side of the frame. Disassembly is simple. Clear the pistol, remove the magazine, lock the slide back, push the lever down 45 degrees, and ease off the slide. Then remove the dual and captive recoil-spring system. The barrel drops down and out to the rear.
The single-sided, longitudinally grooved slide catch stop is to the rear of this lever, with ambidextrous and similarly grooved decocking levers trailing at the top rear of the frame. All three are recessed into the frame to one degree or another, forestalling inadvertent operation while still permitting efficient use. The dustcover has 1913-type rail grooves, but at this time ITI's X-2 is the only light that will fit the pistols.
Both front- and backstraps have molded checkering, and on either side of the frame a very bashful thumb swell is delineated with grooving, which also serves to outline the frame stippling. The triggerguard is rounded, with slightly molded checkering on its face. The curved trigger is smooth-faced and has a molded-in trigger-overtravel bump (effective only in single-action mode)....