Manufacturer: Freedom Ordnance
Calibre: 9mm (9×19)
Safety Type: Two-Position
Trigger Type: Single Stage
Barrel Specifications: 18.6″ Freedom Ordnance barrel Threaded for 1/2 x 28 muzzle devices
Gas System: Blow back
Muzzle Device: A2 Flash hider
Upper Receiver: Type 3 Anodized Billet 7075
Lower Receiver: Type 3 Anodized Billet 7075
Furniture: 6 possition Collapsing S3 Stock and A2 pistol Grip
Handguard: 15″ Free Float M-lock
Finish: Black Anodized
Capacity: 10rd Pistol Magzines (Glock)
Weight: 2.8 KG
Overall Length: 32 1/4″- 35 1/2″
Accessories Included: 1x Magazine total and Manual
LIMITED LIFE TIME WARRANTY
-Chambered in 9×19
-15″ Free float M Lock Rail
-6 Position collapsing S3 stock
-AR-15 Configured Rear charging handle
-AR-15 Configured safety selector
-AR-15 Configured last round bolt hold open
-AR-15 Configured magazine Release
-AR-15 Compatible pistol grips (Without the Rear Tang)
-compatible with 9mm approved 1/2″x 28 T.P.I. muzzle devices and suppressors
-compatible with KNS precision® AR-15 trigger pins.
The FX-9 upholds Xtreme reliability with a wide range of ammo including many hollow point designs for self defense, full metal jacket and copper plated bullets.
We do not recommend the use of non jacketed/plated ammunition as unprotected lead can cause fouling and buildups that plated and jacketed bullets do not.
Do Not use aluminum case ammunition in your FX-9 !!
Ammunition Options and Lubrication:
With the first shipment of FX-9 rifles making their way into the Canadian market, we have found that many FX-9’s are being under lubricated. These are new firearms and require generous lubrication prior to being used on the range. Use a good quality gun oil such as Bore Tech, G-96.
We recommend round nose FMJ 115 gr to get started. We would recommend starting with Aguila 115 gr, Magtech 115 gr, Tulammo 115 gr, PMC 115gr round nose projectiles.
We don’t recommend aluminum case ammunition , truncated and certain hollow point designs don’t feed very well.
Thin plated bullets and or cast projectiles with only a thin coating of wax or copper will be less reliable then a true jacketed projectile.