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Old 06-21-2010, 01:16 AM   #1
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I'm thinking of replacing a Bushmaster Carbon 15 9mm rifle with a FNH PS90. Anybody out here have any experience with one of these little rifles? I want this gun to be an option I can reach for when things go bump in the night. Right now my 1911 is backed up by a Benelli Super Nova, a great combo for holding your ground, not so good on the search side.

PS90 USG, Semi-auto Carbine, Black

50 rounds, even small high velocity rounds, has to command some respect on the targeted side.

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Old 06-25-2010, 07:29 AM   #2
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50 rounds, even small high velocity rounds, has to command some respect on the targeted side.

I'd say that seems pretty accurate



Looks a lot of fun too, and that double stack is too cool. Fortunate if you can have one! (even if not full auto)
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I've owned one for 4 years now. I love this gun. It's my fav rifle even after all these years

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I've owned one for 4 years now. I love this gun. It's my fav rifle even after all these years

Hey stranger. I even like that dual mag setup. Hell I might even have to mount me a flashlight. I don't mean to be a copycat but it looks like I'll be duplicating your setup.
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Thanks.

Get used to the gun before you add the double mag clamp. I tried it 2x in the past, and I did not like it.

Now, after owning the gun 4 years, I do like it.

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For some reason I thought they only made these in full-auto configurations. Now I want to get me one!

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I have my 2nd one in now

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I like the PS90's a lot. There is a bunch of them for sale on gunbroker.com for $1600, but I have not seen one sell for more than $1200. For $1200 it seems like a pretty awesome deal, but not so much for $1600.
I have the FNH 5.7 pistol, and really like the round. I am sure the PS90's are even better...

Looks like a great choice to me! Enjoy.

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Well, NIB from a dealer now - $1600 is not a bad price. I paid more than that from Buds.

My first one was $1499 four years ago, and the black one was $100 more at the time. OD Green was $1399. But, prices go up.

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A local dealer here in Atlanta sells the PS90 for $1399.99
PS-90 Triple Rail 5.7x28mm 16.04 Inch Barrel Black Oxide Finish
I just can't talk myself into one. I wish there were more companies making ammo for the gun. I don't like the idea of only one maker, it has to keep the price high.

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