Yeah Im not digging the bi-tone. Ill wait for black or FDE?Methinks FNH overestimated the demand for the "Matte Stainless" version.
Most folks here seem to like the black or USG versions.
If you look at Davidson's gun finder with any regularity you will see that the black versions of any FNP model go fast, but the raw stainless slide versions are still sitting in their warehouse in large numbers.
Almost makes me wonder how much it would cost to have a slide done in a black finish on my own. Or maybe even a nice O.D. finish.
+1See, I only like the bi-tone...
I have 3 of them all 2-tone 9mm, .40 S&W, 45. They've grown on me!I had a heck of a time finding any FNP-9 in stock, all black or two-tone. Now that I have the stainless, I don't think I would ever want the all black. The two-tone is awesome looking.
I don't want to get off topic, but is this going to be another tax LOAN like last time? I haven't heard concrete evidence that we will not have to pay it back next year.I'm just waiting for my "economic stimulus" check from Uncle Sam and I'll be hitting Gunbroker myself, but I'll be looking at the bi-tone .45, unless there is a very sweet discount on the all black.
Here's to stimulating the economy!!!
:? :?pegleg618 said:I just purchased my first handgun at 44 years of age and I went with the FNP-45 bi-tone. I was set on an all black but while sitting on the fence on which gun to buy (FN, SA, Glock, S&W, HK) the bi-tone kinda grew on me. I think I like that it's a matte Stainless, not so shiny. When the dealer chopped $50 off of the bi-tone, SOLD. Out the door, BNIB FNP45 Bi-tone $563.25 I have no idea if that is a good deal, but I'm happy with it and I guess that's what matters.