Guns You Can’t Have in CA (Part 2)

Image courtesy FNH USA.

Part 2 of the new series on guns you can’t legally own in California is the FNP-45 Tactical.

Developed for the U.S. Joint Combat Pistol Program (JCP), the FNP -45 Tactical offers 45 ACP performance and a host of unique features that no other handgun can match. The checkered polymer frame is offered in Flat Dark Earth and has a low bore axis for reduced felt recoil and enhanced operator control. Two interchangeable backstraps to quickly customize the grip feel come standard. All operating controls are fully ambidextrous for ease of use. The 5.3″ stainless steel barrel has a threaded muzzle to accept sound suppressors, compensators and other accessories. The FDE stainless steel slide has high-profile combat sights and includes two mounting bases to accept multiple styles of optional red-dot electronic sights.

Image courtesy FNH USA.

– 45 ACP

– 1 in 16″ RH Twist Rate

– .578×28 RH barrel end thread pattern

– Length 7.87″

– Height 6.33″

– Width 1.58″

– Barrel Length 5.30″

– 15 round magazine capacity

– Double-action/single-action (DA/SA) operation with decocking/manual safety levers (MS)

– Made in the USA

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4 Responses to Guns You Can’t Have in CA (Part 2)

  1. hyun says:

    How come you cant have it in Cali.?

    • savethegun says:

      Threaded barrel and it never passed the drop test; it was never submitted (the legislation that outlawed threaded barrels on semi-automatic pistols is here). To see if a handgun is legal for sale in CA, check here. There is also a single-shot exemption (this allows you to purchase otherwise unapproved handguns in CA- 100% legally. I’ll cover the single-shot exemption in another post) that would make this gun legal to own in CA, albeit without the threaded barrel.

      Needless to say, it’s more than confusing.

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