5.7x28mm FN, SS90, by FN, AP, One Cartridge, not a box
5.7x28mm FN, SS90, by FN, AP, One Cartridge. Please Click on Picture or Title for More details.
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One Cartridge,not a box: FN 5x7x28mm, SS90 , 1994 Prototype, experiential, 23 grain FMJ (Full Metal Jacket) projectile with a polymer core by FN Herstal in Belgium. Please Note this cartridge is in both Pistol and Rifle and Military sections.History of FN 5.7x28mm SS90 version: An early prototype round, it used a lightweight 23-grain (1.5 g) full metal jacket bullet with a polymer core. It was abandoned in 1994 in favor of the heavier SS190 projectile, which has greater potential foraccuracy and penetration, as well as being shorter and thus easier to fit in FN’s then-upcoming Five-seven pistol, as it only worked in the carbine, and FN wanted a cartridge for both pistol andcarbine weapons.
History of the FN 5.7x28mm Cartridge : The FN 5.7×28mm was designed and developed in the late 1980s by FN Herstal in Belgium, who began manufacturing the cartridge in 2002 for field tests.It is small caliber, but very high velocity cartridge that was designed to replace the 9mm Luger for both Military and Police duties as well as (now) a very popular civilian market. By 2006, FN’s 5.7×28mm firearms like P90 “bullpup” carbine personal defense weapon and Five-seven pistol were in service with military and police forces in over 40 nations throughout the world.Today there are many verisions of the cartridge, we will try to offer them all to the collectors.