Yup, that's the USG (U.S. government) model. If you want, you could carry it cocked and locked like a 1911 if you don't want to deal with the double action.iostorm said:the one i am looking at decocks when the lever is pushed down, and then when it is pushed up it is the safety, so is it a USG then?
You can get them with night sites installed. Ameriglo also has after market night sites (except fot the 45 last time I checked).iCeMaN said:Sounds similar to H&K's...FN is on the right track with their hand guns IMHO. I will buy one when they have night sights for them :?
Same here. I was lusting after a Sig Sauer P239. Looked and dry fired, S&W M&P, Beretta. Taurus, Sig P226 (used and too high and only Sig they had), and several other brands. Then I asked what about a FN. Once he handed it to me that was it. Fit my hand best and had the features of the Sig, DA/SA, exposed hammer, decocker, etc., at a very reasonable price. I knew FN's quality very well from their Belgian Browning days and I have a 1950's turnwheel rear sight Belgian Browning Auto22 rifle my father taught me to shoot with. It was a no brainer.Rice said:The day I bought mine I was looking for a different gun.
... I fell in love. ....
I know why. It is all black. FN doesn't have the all black USG model on their website. Just look at the specs for the FDE one: 47960iostorm said:its right off the sku tag on the box/hard case. this is the only thing I can find is at this web site...
it lists it there.