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Summary: The description, specs, photos, pricing and user ratings for the FNH FNS-9 pistol.

Manufacturer’s Description

The FNH FNS-9 is a striker-fired pistol built on a black polymer frame and chambered in 9mm. FNH says the striker mechanism is pre-loaded to ensure a short, light trigger pull that remains identical shot-to-shot.

Features include:

  • Three-dot combat sights with a deep rear sight notch;
  • five safeties, including a manual safety, a trigger safety, a firing pin safety, a drop safety and a slide-out-of-battery safety;
  • checkered grips;
  • front serrations;
  • a rail for lights and lasers;
  • two interchangeable backstraps; and
  • ambidextrous controls, including the slide stop, magazine release and manual safety.

This pistol reportedly will be available to American law enforcement in late 2011 and American consumers in early 2012.

Note: FNH also offers a .40 SW model, the FNS-40.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Width Height Weight
9mm 17+1 4″ 7.24″ n/a 5.46″ 25.2 oz. w/empty mag

MSRP: $699

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1 thought on “FNH FNS-9

  1. Richard Overall

    My first full-size 9mm, this gun is balanced, fit my hand well, was accurate, had medium trigger pull, and fired everything I fed it. 8 stars because I like my recent HK VP-9 better by a small margin, and FNS-9 better than the Canik55 TP-9 (which has QC problems being fixed). Easy to clean, but not quite as easy to take down/reassemble as the VP-9. UM3 optic mount fits all three guns, easy to transfer if optic has a qd base. Reliable after nearly 1000 rds, and no issues at all. Quite an excellent pistol.

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