Two nicely equipped PS90's and two FN Five-seveN's or one ultimately equipped FS2000 and one FN Five-seven?
Actually, there was never any real danger of me selling any of my 5.7 stuff for an FS2000 as for my needs the *only* advantage the FS2000 has over the PS90 is a more powerful (& more expensive) cartridge and it's far too pricey for me to buy one "just to have". However, if any .223 carbine could tempt me it would be the FS2000 so I was curious as to how others might choose if faced with the same choice. I've been putting a friend's FS2000 through its paces for the past week or so and as much as I tried not to like it I must admit I'm very impressed with the handling, reliability & design with only a few things I don't like that I'm sure could be cured by throwing enough money at it (there's that pesky money thing again!). However, should my finances unexpectedly improve then the FS2000 would be at the top of the list of new guns to purchase (and yes, the Elcan Specter DR would be my dream optic on the FS2000 but it costs as much as the FS2000! ) If I were to bring an FS2000 home now I'm not sure if the wife would divorce me or just shoot me and collect the insurance money. :-xtqtran said:Well Tomac, since I know you already have 2 PS90s and 2 Fiveseven's,
I can tell that you are thinking of changing things up a bit.
Might I suggest maybe "Option C"?
1 Nicely Equipped PS90
1 Nicely Equipped FS2000
Is there a reason you are thinking of getting rid of the PS90s? Looking at an Elcan Specter DR for the FS2000?