FN Five-seveN 5.7X28mm Review (VIDEO)

04/17/13 7:25 PM | by

As usual, it’s pretty hard to disagree with Colion Noir. Unless you’re a Five-seveN fan, then, yeah. You’re boned.

I have a really soft-shooting centerfire gun that uses an interesting cartridge. It’s my .38 Special revolver. Generating about 200, 230 ft-lbs of force with common loads, it’s on par with the 5.7x28mm cartridge in terms of energy when fired from a pistol and, get this, you can even use black powder to load ammo. How’s that for exotic?

Plus it’s crazy-retro.

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