rather than a double action to single action pull you get consistent trigger pulls. I don't carry my FNX cocked and locked.Well, I'm of the opinion with the FNX you get a very consistent trigger pull and I love mine. That being said if you are acquiring rather than trading then go for it. I probably wouldn't trade my FNX for an FNS but I would sure be open to having and FNS in the cupboard.
i appreciate the offer. But that thing is my baby. and honestly it's been used pretty hard. 20,000 rounds is my best guess. and it's not in perfect shape. I've had that since 04/05ish. and it's the old school style FNP which is kinda cool... it's been through a lot with me... i don't think i can let it go lol.If you are looking to get a few extra dollars I would be interested in buying the used FNP 9 pending condition, round count, and willingness to actually sell :-D