JathTech: I make a replacement safety lever in metal to upgrade from the plastic one. check my website out (link on my videos from my channel)
Mr223wssm: Now I'm buying one!
acewings221: Holy crap .40 recoil is bad. Too snappy imo
acewings221: I never realized how snappy the .40 S+W was...
What load were you using?
andrewp515: This is gun is the boss. Bought it month ago and after 400 rounds, thing is smooth as silk. Oh and yeah 3 mags! Forget the cheap ass m&p and xd 40 and the lame ass holster kit. Rather have 3 mags than cheap plastic holster. FNX is the way to go. Next up on the list is Walther P99. Good review
cbrian2009: just purchased this gun a week ago paid 629 i grabbed it when i found it because of the gun craze right now i was surprised it was even sitting on the shelf the gun so far shoots amazingly its comfortable and recoil is not as bad as people are saying. FNH has worked out alot of the original kinks they were facing so far at 600+ rounds its a greast weapon A+ rating
hausofguns: Thanks for the tip but I highly doubt it will happen. FNH is very difficult to get guns from and I don't have the extra coin to drop on simply a different caliber of a gun I've already reviewed. That said I shot the FNX-45 Tactical at range day for SHOT Show and was unimpressed. It's accurate yes, but is top heavy making muzzle rise exaggerated and difficult for quick follow up shots. Just my opinion though, glad you like yours.
krazor8: you should do the fnx .45, just got 1, and its a tac driver...
Keith Basinger: Nice review
raberry92: Good Video Thanks. Now I have to get one
90foxfreak: Your camera is gonna have to work on the flinching prob! lol
J Beasley: get a mic
Nonsenseatbay: What was the bullet weight that was run through the pistol in this demo?
hausofguns: It's actually pretty snappy. Definitely more than I would prefer but it's manageable.
CRJDEGREE: I'm south-paw, I'm loving it. How is the recoil on this 40 cal?
hausofguns: I want to say I've seen them in stores at about $599 but they can be found used and floating around for a bit cheaper. The pistol comes in a lockable hard case and 3 14 round magazines.
RoadHardOffRoad: That's a great gun bro!! About what are they running in price? How many mags does it come with?
alex o'neal: Another good "real world' review haus....keep em' comin'...(btw I pulled the trigger on that M&P 9c...great gun...I'll try to get a vid up about it when I get time...)
hausofguns: Funny story... I thought I had a deal all set up for a PPQ in .40 S&W and the dude flaked out on me. It would have been a steal if it worked out, but I was pretty pumped about getting my hands on one.
Monderno: The trigger is quite nice indeed, especially after you get it broken in. Walther PPQ is still the striker fired trigger king though. :)
hausofguns: Haha, funny right? There's a full "behind the scenes" type writeup on the main site clearing things up. It's pretty eye opening.
makin1905: heeey I saw you on gunsmoke!!! Im literally watching it right now, and I was like holy crap HAUSOFGUNS!!!!
TheLTDANTN: This is the first video of yours that I have watched. Very good! THANKS!
jjoonie1: Nice appreance in gunsmoke..
steve barney: Cool to see you on AG! Awesome my friend!
JEHAB1: just saw you on american guns cool dude
J Proctor: Well first of all the FNP doesn't have a safety, just a deroosterer.
jmsmikey: Ok~ thanks. I just bought a Beretta PX4 Storm full size in .40 two weeks ago~ I was looking for a DA/SA set up & the Beretta fit the bill at the right price. Beretta makes a flush mounted deroosterer only lever to replace the safety/deroosterer meathooks that are on it now. I'm also replacing the sights with Beretta adjustable sights becuase the stock sights shot dramatically low left. I should get it back from the gunsmith today~ they next time ur in Vegas you can do a desert review if you like~
hausofguns: Thanks amigo. Doing my best to get one in hand. I hear from another gun blogging buddy that the trigger is ridiculously awesome. Not quite as grand as Walther PPQ, but outstanding nonetheless.
jmsmikey: Great review~ I hope you get the chance to review the FNS
hausofguns: Sort of. The recoil on this felt a bit more "top heavy" than I would have anticipated. It's not heavy, but at 24 ounces it's not ridiculously light either. It feels awesome in the hand and the reset on the single action is easy to pick up and get acquainted with. I consider myself to be fairly deft at controlling recoil on handguns, but again I was surprised at how snappy this was. I imagine the 9 would be smooth as molasses.
Fun & Family Channel: Great Video. it shoots like a 9 with no snapping(push) and hits like a 40
BALJIT147: I don't see the difference between the fnp and fnx.
hempseedaddict: Tough trigger pull for your off hand