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FN 509 tactical 9mm

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Stumbled across this, and it stowed away as I left the shop! 

Has a removable plate for ez optic install, high sights for easy can add ons, comes w 2 24 and 1 17 round mag w case and flat blackstrap. Awesome awesome pistol. Only bad thing? It’s new so holsters are scarce. Finally went online for a cheapie, will order one at red hill today.Hate to say it but being a sig fan, this makes me an fn fan. Zero issues. Runs like a sewing machine, emptied the 17 round w junk 125 gr ball ammo, this just screamed! Enjoy!

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I really like those. That one looks different than the other pictures I've seen. I can't tell if it's just the lighting in your picture or if the slide has a coating on it? 

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I have a FNH FNS 9mm and it's my favorite big pistol! Is this about the same size?

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I’ve got a Garrett Industries kydex leather lined you can try. Fits my FNS9 fine. May have to massage it a touch for the front sight though. Barrel should just fit too.

Send a PM and I’ll text you photos of mine in there. 

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The front sight is tall for suppressor use, a std 509 holster wont work, upper slide is that color, no coating unless fn did it, had to order a holster from red hill, have used their gear before,this thing feels really good outta the box, the whole setup reminds me of a 226 blackwater tactical pack i bought a few years back. the big 24 round mags are nice, the 17 round mag is nice as well. Ill have to run it this weekend to see what it feels comfortable with...

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Ive got an original FNH-45USG.  Big Hawg, but one of my favorite guns.

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 just got a holster from D Santis that fits the tactical model like a glove, plenty of room for the tall front sight, great quality as usual. Wasn’t sure if this would work or not but it did for the record. Got a love desantis

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This one is probably my next purchase, just have to sell something to up the funds enough to get it....

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