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    Saw it listed on the forums here not too long ago but i cant find it, It looked really new and hightech, very curvy especially like a beretta in the trigger guard area, grip and barrel were slightly more angled apart and it had quite a long barrel on it. I think someone said it was italian? company name starts with an F maybe? Not too sure.

    Ideas?

    Also the slide might have opened from the frame kind of funny like a desert eagle.

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    Was it an FN Five-seveN?



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    yes its a FnN 5x7 20rd mag capacity

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    I like the Five-Seven. I like the terminal ballistics that that round has. Although, there isn't much "intimidation factor" there with that tiny muzzle. Not like looking down the big bore of a .45...
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    Hm I don't think that was it, I've seen those before. Longer slide that doesn't change in the forward area and the trigger guard was really curved instead of squarish

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    Im thinking like a Beretta 92 with a longer front, and a triggerguard with no points. Wish I could remember where I saw it.

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    What fun!

    For a second each I thought you might mean the S&W M&P, or the Mk-23, but in each case I decided they are too blocky and not "curvy" enough.

    I'm at a loss.

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    Hmm....don't really care for the plastic look to the FiveSeven......looks like a toy almost. :?

    Could you be talking about a EAA/Tangfolio? Aren't they Italian?

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    I found it!

    Beretta Neos Deluxe 6



    Was I not describing it right?

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    You should have described it as looking like an old nintendo light gun

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    Tawnos wrote:
    You should have described it as looking like an old nintendo light gun

    Edit: seriously:
    I should open carry that on my weak side with my Sig. :P
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    0V3RC10CK3D wrote:
    I found it!

    Beretta Neos Deluxe 6
    Available from Able's - $264.33

    http://www.ableammo.com/catalog/prod...ucts_id=107711

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    I like the looks of it, I wish it was available in a slightly bigger version chambered in something more powerful.

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