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Old 12-07-2017, 10:29 PM
steve123 steve123 is offline
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I liked the FN5n7 and it was reliable, this was a friends and a pistol I'd like to get someday.

For what it is the PM30 is a neat pistol but they malfunction too much as a serious consideration for a self defence pistol. Fun gun though.

As the saying goes, you fight with the pistol to you get to your rifle. In my case a PDW, I have the FN PS90 in 5.7x28. That thing is very reliable and accurate. I have it near me at night and with 50 rounds on tap I don't feel undergunned.

Plus it will defeat soft armor. With a 25Y zero I aim top of head with the RD or where the neck meets the upper torso for an across the room shot when practicing because of the bore to scope height. You'll hit mostly center mass, well belly button at 100-150 and it's centermass again at 200Y

It ranks towards the top of my favorite guns for a good reason, and it cocks easy.
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Old 12-08-2017, 12:14 AM
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Jim:

IF n when you find a pistol of any kind that you
like well and the trigger pull is a bit hard for you.
Take it to a gunsmith and have a trigger job done.
I've got quite a pile of Blackhawks in various calibers
up to .45 Colts, and carry a snubby Smith. All have had
the triggers worked over. They all have a pull right at 3#.
Just right and plenty safe for most anyone using them.

Good luck with finding what you're after.
Very sorry about the Alz. Nasty way to go, wish you the
best with that battle.
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