Cybergun FNX-45 Civilian GBB Pistol
The Cybergun FNX-45 is fully licensed by FN Herstal and is super fun to use and performs brilliantly.
The slide is built from aluminium alloy and the lower is made from polymer with metal working parts. This all comes together to make the FNX-45 a sturdy and reliable pistol. It has an adjustable hop unit and front and rear iron sights.
The grip is textured and the rear part of the grip can be swapped out for a larger version, which means you can adjust it to fit your hand better. The magazine, safety and slide release are fully ambidextrous, so no matter which hand you use this pistol will be fully usable.
The FNX-45 has a crisp trigger pull and once you pull the trigger you will be rewarded with a fantastic feeling kick as the slide racks backwards and then returns forwards. It feels terrific firing this pistol and is definitely worth considering when you are looking for a new sidearm. It also has an underside rail for mounting a torch or laser.
- Aluminium slide
- Polymer receiver
- Ambidextrous slide release
- Ambidextrous safety
- Ambidextrous magazine release
- Adjustable hop unit
- Front and rear sights
- Adjustable grip size
- Textured grip
- Lanyard mount
- Underside mounting rail
- Full trades
- FPS: 300
- Length: 185mm
- Inner Barrel Length: 85mm
In 1889, Belgium adopted the newest Mauser rifle to modernize her army; to produce the 150,000 weapons needed, the Fabrique Nationale d’Armes de Guerre was founded. The company is quickly named after the city its factory is set in FN Herstal.
During the XXth century, the FNH was famous for its collaboration with American engineer John Moses Browning, and the work of Belgian engineer Dieudonné Saive, both of them being responsible for making some of the most iconic firearms of History.
For 130 years, the Herstal Group watchwords have been innovation, excellency and expert craftsmanship, to design, develop and produce a whole range of state-of-the-art pioneering weapons, which are being used for defence, security and civilian purposes.