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Who else wants a 22cal PS90?

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Fireman1291, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. Fireman1291

    Fireman1291 Firefighter/EMT

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    How fun would a .22lr SBR suppressed PS90 with 50-100rd mags be? Wow. We need umerex to get lisenced by FN and do this! Am I alone on this?
     
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  2. Fireman1291

    Fireman1291 Firefighter/EMT

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    Double post. Oops.
     
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  3. The Pirate

    The Pirate Grandmaaaaaaa!!!!!!

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    As I see all these rimfire copies coming out over the last few years, I've definitely thought about the PS90. I bet it would be a booger to get it to run right and not cost $1000 though.


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  4. ctfireman

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    It would be cool as hell.
     
  5. March817

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    About as close as your going to get with a .22LR.

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    Make one in .22 mag and it would be the same thing as an actual PS90. :whistling:

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    Still not sold on the PS90 platform but I do love how it pisses off the dems. Maybe a 22lr would make it more than a "I own one of those" guns..
     
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    It'd take it in about anything right now, just so I could actually shoot it. Right now you practically have to sell a kidney to find 5.7. :(

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    The Pirate Grandmaaaaaaa!!!!!!

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    I think FN could hit a home run if they could convert it to a more accessible caliber and figure out how to lower the price just a little.


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    What about one in 9mm lol?
     
  12. Fireman1291

    Fireman1291 Firefighter/EMT

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    hmmmm....go on.....:rofl:
     
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    10mm, 50rd magazine, now that would be nice.

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    Not sure that type of magazine would work for a rimmed cartridge like a .22LR nor a tapered cartridge like the 9mm.

    If they could do it, then it would be cool. I might like one of each.

    I do not see any manufacturer spending the money to develope any new semi-auto firearms in the current political climate.