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Old 05-03-2013, 05:02 PM   #1
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Customer wants me to find info on this. Value and any problems any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks


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Old 05-03-2013, 05:12 PM   #2
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What exactly is the model you want information on? Pictures would help immensely as well.


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Great company. Great products. European quality firearms. CZ, Sig, HK, Browning/Fabrique National, Bareta, etc all all great quality. They all use excellent materials. Looking for a specific rifle, shotgun, machinegun or pistol from them?
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P90 he wants to find one with a red dot scope for less than 1800 and find a way to shoot cheep
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Not in my neck of the woods. Sorry. I see some for less then 1800 on this sight, but minus the red dot. Actually they are cheaper in the US.

http://www.gunsamerica.com/Search/Category/264/2/Guns/Rifles/Fabrique-Nationale/Semi-auto/PS90.htm
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Where in us
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Please look at site on my last post

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Ok will do checking it out now thanks
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The p90s shoot a 5.7 cartridge that is proprietary to only a few FN guns as far as I know. It is quite hard to find and expensive where I'm at,I'm not sure he will be able to shoot it cheap. But I have seen some priced a bit lower than 1800 before. But a quality red dot will almost assuredly out him over his budget.
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Shop around here in ms has one stripped down for 1900 he says


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