FN America is expanding its series of FNS striker-fired pistols with the announcement that the FNS-9 Compact is now available in Flat Dark Earth (FDE). According to the press release, the FNS-9 Compact FDE features a flat dark earth polymer frame and a durable, scratch-resistant PVD slide coating that have been color matched to guarantee consistency. It also retains an ergonomic grip angle and diamond texture grip pattern that shooters have come to know and love on FNS and FNX pistols.
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“Flat dark earth began as a military-designated color that FN pioneered with the introduction of the FN SCAR series in the early 2000s,” said John Keppeler, vice president of sales and marketing. “The color remains a popular choice for military customers and consumers, making this addition a natural extension for the FNS-9 Compact series.”
The FNS-9 Compact FDE also comes with two magazine options: a pinky extender for a better grip, and a full size with grip sleeve for training at the range and backup use. In addition, a padfolio-style soft case has also been introduced for easy storage and convenient transportation to and from the range.
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This product is expected to start shipping to distributors later this month and will likely be available at retail in December. MSRP on the FNS-9 Compact FDE is $599.
For more information on the FNS-9 Compact FDE, please visit FNHusa.com.
About FN America
FN America, LLC, is a U.S. subsidiary of FN Herstal, S.A., a global leader in the development and manufacturing of high quality, reliable firearms for military, law enforcement and commercial customers worldwide. Headquartered in McLean, VA with manufacturing operations in Columbia, SC, FN America is passionately committed to providing its customers with a portfolio of products, training and support services under the FNH USA brand name that enhance their performance and safeguard their lives.
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