FN Expands FN 509 Series With Release of FN 509 Tactical Pistol

FN Expands FN 509 Series With Release of FN 509 Tactical Pistol

FN America, LLC announces the expansion of the FN 509 Series of striker-fired pistols with the release of the FN 509 Tactical, an optics- and suppressor-ready 9mm pistol. The pistol features the company's patent-pending Low-Profile Optics Mounting System that enables the platform to accept more than ten commercially-available miniature red dot (MRD) optics and remain adaptable to future optics releases with no requirement of direct milling of the slide.

"The FN 509 Tactical and the FN Low-Profile Optics Mounting System are another leap forward in the optics-ready pistol market," said John Keppeler, vice president of sales and marketing for FN America, LLC. "FN set the trend for factory optics-ready pistols with the release of the FNP-45 Tactical nearly a decade ago and we're set to do it again with this release. From barrel to base plate, the FN 509 Tactical really is the ultimate tactical pistol."

FN509Tactical2

The FN 509 Tactical, an extension of the FN 509 family, is based on FN's submission pistol that the U.S. Army tested for its Modular Handgun Trials, but includes the significant improvements to the design that were implemented in the FN 509. Like the optics mounting system, FN's team of engineers set out to develop the ultimate tactical pistol by addressing the market's existing limitations.


As a result, the FN 509 Tactical features an FN-signature 4.5-inch, cold hammer-forged, stainless-steel barrel with target crown, ½" x 28 threads that accept the bulk of 9mm suppressors available and thread cap with integrated O-ring to prevent loosening during use. Lastly, the 24-round magazines, nearly identical in length to the pistol's slide, maximize ammunition capacity without impacting carry convenience.


FN509Tactical3

The optics mount accepts the majority of MRD's on the market with no need to direct mill the slide, allowing for a low-profile mount and co-witness with the suppressor-height iron sights. The slide cap, for use when not shooting with an optic, has raised sight wings that protect iron sight alignment if the pistol is dropped or jostled, and provides a textured ramp for racking the slide against a belt loop, pant pocket or boot.

For more information, visit www.fnamerica.com

Read the review on gunsandammo.com.


GET THE NEWSLETTER Join the List and Never Miss a Thing.

Recommended Articles

See More Recommendations

Popular Videos

Kyle Lamb and Eric Poole talk SIG pistols

Kyle Lamb and Eric Poole talk SIG pistols

G&A Editor Eric Poole and Viking Tacticals's Kyle Lamb talks about 2 new pistols from SIG Sauer and a Lipsey's Special of the P365.

The New Speer Gold Dot G2 Duty Handgun Load

The New Speer Gold Dot G2 Duty Handgun Load

Speer's Jared Hinton shows OSG's Lynn Burkhead the new Speer Gold Dot G2 Duty Handgun load.

Performance Center M&P Shield M2.0

Performance Center M&P Shield M2.0

From Smith & Wesson, the M&P Shield M2.0 is a great option for a carry gun with optics option.

Going To The Range

Going To The Range

Jim and Scott show you how to make each trip to the shooting range a quality experience.

See More Popular Videos

Trending Articles

Do you remember the first time you fired a gun? If you're like most, you were somewhat Training

Pro Tips For Controlling Recoil

Richard Nance - April 11, 2017

Do you remember the first time you fired a gun? If you're like most, you were somewhat

In 1858 Beals invented and patented a spur-trigger, single-action, percussion revolver. The unique Revolvers

Remington Timeline: 1858 - Beals Revolver

Handguns Online Staff - September 09, 2016

In 1858 Beals invented and patented a spur-trigger, single-action, percussion revolver. The...

Guns are fun, and cheap guns are even more fun. Spend less on the firearm and more on ammo with these 10 low-priced pistols. Compact

10 Cheap Guns Under $250

Evan Brune - September 24, 2015

Guns are fun, and cheap guns are even more fun. Spend less on the firearm and more on ammo...

Kahr Arms officially broke ground on their new headquarters in Blooming Grove Township, in Pike Industry

Kahr Arms Breaks Ground on New Pennsylvania HQ

Handguns Online Staff - June 04, 2014

Kahr Arms officially broke ground on their new headquarters in Blooming Grove Township, in Pike

See More Trending Articles

More Industry

Perspective from the National Shooting Sports Foundation.

NSSF: Diversity in Gun Ownership Not New to Firearm Industry

Larry Keane - July 17, 2020

Perspective from the National Shooting Sports Foundation.

The M&P45 Shield M2.0 pistol with integrated Crimson Trace red and green laser delivers all of the familiar M&P Shield pistol operating features. Industry

Smith & Wesson M&P Shield M2.0 with Laser Available in .45 Auto

Handguns Staff - July 31, 2018

The M&P45 Shield M2.0 pistol with integrated Crimson Trace red and green laser delivers all of...

A one-of-a-kind online market and community for shooting sports and outdoor enthusiasts looking for great deals on the latest gear has launched at Everest.com.

Buy Firearms, Ammo and Outdoor Gear Now on New Marketplace

Guns & Ammo Digital Staff - April 15, 2020

A one-of-a-kind online market and community for shooting sports and outdoor enthusiasts...

SIG SAUER, Inc. announced the limited release of the M17-Commemorative Edition of the U.S. Army's M17 official service pistol, a variant of the SIG SAUER P320. Industry

SIG SAUER Manufactures 5,000 M17-Commemorative U.S. Army Service Pistols

Handguns Online Staff - July 20, 2018

SIG SAUER, Inc. announced the limited release of the M17-Commemorative Edition of the U.S....

See More Industry

GET THE MAGAZINE Subscribe & Save

Digital Now Included!

SUBSCRIBE NOW

Give a Gift   |   Subscriber Services

PREVIEW THIS MONTH'S ISSUE

GET THE NEWSLETTER Join the List and Never Miss a Thing.

Get Digital Access.

All Handguns subscribers now have digital access to their magazine content. This means you have the option to read your magazine on most popular phones and tablets.

To get started, click the link below to visit mymagnow.com and learn how to access your digital magazine.

Get Digital Access

Not a Subscriber?
Subscribe Now