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FNH USA – FNX-45

FNH USA has added a new pistol to its FNX line, the FNX-45. The FNX-45 is a a double-action/single-action hammer-driven pistol, chambered in .45ACP with a 4-inch stainless steel barrel. It also features ambidextrous manual safety/decocking levers, slide stop lever and magazine release.

The FNX-45 is offered with a black frame and silver slide combination or a Flat Dark Earth Frame and black slide. The MSRP is $809.00.

Specifications:

Slide:
All stainless steel construction
External extractor with loaded chamber indicator
Front and rear cocking serrations

Barrel:
Cold hammer-forged stainless steel
Polished chamber and feed ramp
4″ barrel

Frame:
Rugged polymer construction
Replaceable steel rails
Four interchangeable backstrap inserts with lanyard eyelets
MIL-STD 1913 accessory mounting rail
Serrated trigger guard

Operation Controls:
Fully-ambidextrous decocking/safety levers, slide stop lever and magazine release
Ring-style external hammer

Magazine:
Polished nickel coated steel body, low-friction follower and polymer base pad

Sights:
Fixed 3-Dot

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One response to “FNH USA – FNX-45”

  1. Zach says:

    I have an FNX-40 and I absolutely love it. I would agree that the trigger is tight out of the box, I have started to notice it has loosened up a bit after about 600 rounds and 3 range sessions. I have read that after about 1,000 rounds the trigger will be fully broken in and will complete the feel of the gun. Overall I think FNH did a great job with the gun; compared to my USP in .40 it has a lot of the similar features, but was half the cost.

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  • I have an FNX-40 and I absolutely love it. I would agree that the trigger is tight out of the box, I have started to notice it has loosened up a bit after about 600 rounds and 3 range sessions. I have read that after about 1,000 rounds the trigger will be fully broken in and will complete the feel of the gun. Overall I think FNH did a great job with the gun; compared to my USP in .40 it has a lot of the similar features, but was half the cost.

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