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    Fmk handguns

    Has anyone fired or purchased an fmk handgun? I am looking for something to replace my full size Taurus as my carry gun and ran across a couple that were really selling for cheap. The reviews seem really good but curious if anyone has any Tek world experience and can say anything about them.
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    Interesting, Never heard of the brand before this post. I prefer hammer fired.


    Just got an email from Classic....
    https://www.classicfirearms.com/fmk-...ontent=Primary
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    I did hear they had a drop saftey issue ?

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    Oh, wow, a polymer framed striker fired pistol with no thumb safety! Wow! Thank heaven someone finally brought that combination to the market!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostHorse View Post
    Oh, wow, a polymer framed striker fired pistol with no thumb safety! Wow! Thank heaven someone finally brought that combination to the market!
    GEEEZZ---LOUISE!!
    you forgot to mention the all important under rail!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbojama View Post
    Interesting, Never heard of the brand before this post. I prefer hammer fired.


    Just got an email from Classic....
    https://www.classicfirearms.com/fmk-...ontent=Primary
    That's a good deal. There are different models and triggers. Those of you in Free America can get the model that has the FAT trigger. The one you linked to has that trigger. From all the reviews I've read you want to make sure you get a model with that trigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    GEEEZZ---LOUISE!!
    you forgot to mention the all important under rail!!!!
    Look into the eyes of my AR-15 and tell me I don't know from under rails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthorse View Post
    look into the eyes of my ar-15 and tell me i don't know from under rails.
    rookie!!!!
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    I have, and I'm not really impressed. Some of the Canik and Girsan offerings are probably better quality and near the same price.

    The FMK I played with and got cheap broke the trigger linkage before 300 rounds, and when I got it back, I thought the trigger was even worse afterward. In short, it made me appreciate my Glock 19 even more, and I don't really like the Glocks that much. I have two, as they worked for CCW and take one to a friends classes for people to try. I dumped the FMK in a trade several years ago.

    I just migrated back to CZ. Check out a P-10C as their prices have fallen somewhat and can be found new under $400. The P-10F is what a lot of people are looking at now. The front and backstrap can be a little abrasive as it is fairly aggressive, but it guarantees a grip that doesn't slip around.

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    If you get one make sure FAT trigger installed I have had one the DA is well like 14 pounds. Fat trigger smooths it out. (2) Glock 19 Clone. Good Gun I traded mine off for early PT 132 and a PT 145 the FMK is a Fine Carry.
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