FN now offering FNS-C magazines and accessories

FNH USA launched a new section of its online store dedicated entirely to the recently-launched FNS Compact. This means that FNS Compact owners can now purchase extra magazines and other FNS Compact-specific parts and accessories.

The FNS Compact is the highly-anticipated subcompact addition to the relatively new and very popular FNS series. FNH USA was quick to get the pistol into shooters’ hands but until now magazines and other parts have been near-impossible to find.


The web store carries three types magazines, 10- and 12-round 9mm mags and 10-round .40 S&W mags, all of which are standard with the flat floorplate. Pinky extensions are sold separately, as well as mag sleeves for use with full-size 14- and 17-round magazines. Along with all that they have a couple of molded holsters and of course, an FNH USA hat to show your pride.

Like the full-size mags the compact magazines don’t come cheap. They list at MSRP, which is $49. Finger extensions are $6 and sleeves run $9. But they’re available now, which is better than no magazines at all.

The FNS Compact was pitched in several configurations, with and without a manual thumb safety in 9mm Luger or in .40 S&W. Models are offered with plain 3-dot sights or night sights.

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