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Old 02-11-2013, 10:11 PM   #31
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Wow, I thought it was really expensive.

You and apparently lots of other folks.

I think maybe that started because the A.P. ammo is restricted to MIL/LE and the few rounds in circulation are out of sight. But the normal ammo, with the Hornady blue tip bullets is very reasonable.
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I love mine and when I can find ammo it's very reasonable. Currently I can't any ammo but I've got enough in stock that I'm not worried
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www.midwayusa.com

Usually has it.

Out of stock at the moment, but keep checking.
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I am actually in a friends will, and the FN Five Seven is what I'm getting. Problem is, the guy is in perfect shape!! Just kidding, I hope he lives forever. But anyway, he made a good point about this gun. If he were only allowed one gun for the rest of his life, this is it. He can hit pie plates at 200 yards with it, it has the stopping power of an AR15, and it's concealable.

I've never had my hands on one, but man is it purdy!
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Ive tried renting one at the range I go to, but they dont have ammo in stock. So no luck for me to shoot it.
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I really like the 5.7 and they shoot real nice. I found a "used" one a few years ago in the newspaper. The guy probably shot 15-20 rounds through it since it looked perfect. Got it for $825+$50 for the CA paper work. Mine is all black, but I really like the OD and the tan ones.
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