What new rules are you referring to? What would make the FN-45 ineligible when the FN-9 and FN-40 have been approved? I've been reviewing the California approved list and there are still many new handguns being added. Not that I like the restrictions here; I just don't know has changed recently.belgianbeast said:With the new rules California has implemented, FN will not even try to get 45 approved. It would be waste of time and money.
I wonder why that is. Is it just the mag capacity? because I can't think of anything else that is any different from the Cali-legal FNP-9's and 40's.raggededge said: