PS90 is the semi-automatic carbine version of the P90 developed by FN, and was designed for civilian use. The original P90 (Project 90), developed in the late 1980s, was originally categorized as a PDW (Personal Defence Weapon). At those days, terrorists were beginning to equip themselves with body armors and better protections; and then P90, as a gun with high-penetrating (5.7x28mm ammo) power, was created as an answer to this; because of this she soon gained her popularity among the militaries, and the law enforcement parties. Unfortunately, also exactly because of this special functionality, the law enforcement parties placed a strict restrictions on P90's sales. Frustrated as they seem to be, in the year 2005, FN released a semi-auto version of the P90 in North America, with a lower penetration power, and a different barrel, which was then named as - PS90. The barrel length was revised to 16 inches to comply with the United States National Firearms Act, other versions like PS90-TR, PS90-USG were also released.
Tokyo Marui now reproduced this beautiful PS90 CARBINE model from FN, featuring:
high-cycle gearbox, capable to achieve 25 shots per second
300 rounds upgraded magazine able to handle the high shooting speed
New 16 inch barrel, large flash-hider
"barrel change system" adopted: just replace the outer barrel with the flash hider and it will immediately become a short version
Available in OD or black color (coming soon). So time to get this tiny but powerful beast. No... i don't think you can fit it inside a violin case though.
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