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Hello all, I'm new to this forum and am thinking about the PS90. I was at a show a couple week's ago looking at them and there seems to be a rather big price difference between the older or 1st run gun's vs. the newer one's. The newer one's are cheaper, the 1st run or older one's seem to bring a higher price. All I could get out of a guy at the show was, they are kinda like a green lable AR, nothing blocking it from becoming a NFA gun. (If your a fool!) What I want to know is what IS the difference between the two? Is one better than the other? Is one made with different part's? Does one have "block's" in it of some kind? Please help me to understand what the real differences are and why they bring more money and are they worth more money for resale down the road? Thank you very much.
PS, pretty awsome little carbine, I just need to understand it a little better to make sure I get one that's as good as it can be, and that I'm not paying for something I can't even use.
 

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:) Welcome to the site. You will find most of the answers on this thread.

http://www.ps90forum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3048&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0

The New PS90 for the cheaper price is the way to go. Just remember to add a piece of velcro inside the ejection well so it will prevent the tiny dings from the shell casings. :?

See this thread about the velcro.

http://www.ps90forum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=18


Try this thread. It has a link to a picture of a trigger pack.

http://www.ps90forum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3891
 

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I bought my PS90-TR a couple of months ago, August '07 and my trigger pack looks EXACTLY like this one:



Are the trigger packs on older PS90's different than the one above?
 

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No. That is a picture of the older trigger pack. FN was just using up existing stock and once they are all gone then the new trigger packs will not have the forward safety sear. The forward safety sear is not necessary. :?

A. Forward safety sear. not necessary.

B. Hammer

C. Rear sear

D. Disconnector.


 

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Thanks guy's, I don't know how to get the link's you posted to work yet though, all they do is restart the whole forum page again. How do I get to the link's themselves?
I take it all you guy's really like these thing's, what kind of range are they good for? How many different round's can you get for them?
It seems the best way to go is the one with a rail on top, I was thinking about an Aimpoint?
 

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Does anyone know what the serial number's are for the older ones vs. the newer ones? A guy at a show told me that was how you could tell them apart.
 
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