File this under July 1 is just around the corner, or file under because I've wanted one for a while. My first NIB firearm in a long time, and my first bullpup, ever. An FN PS90, made in the USA from the finest high impact plastic, a few metal bits (like a barrel, bolt, springs, etc.) and finished with an FN Made in America price tag.
It's completely ambidextrous, with symmetrical charging handles, mag release and safety "topped" off by bottom ejection. It's a breeze to field strip and with all of its weight at the back, it points easily. It's just 7.1 lbs empty, and 7.5 lbs with 50 rounds of 5.7x28mm 40gr. The rail incorporates iron sights (rear aperture, front post) with about a 5" sight radius. I'll top it off with a Venom Vortex red dot, which is on its way from Primary Arms.https://www.primaryarms.com/vortex-venom-3-moa-reflex-sight-vmd-3103
It should be a great range rifle for my wife, other recoil averse friends and family (and of course, ME). Also, it may be a nice bedside PDW with practically no structural over-penetration concerns, but with the ballistic energy of a 9x19mm standard pistol round...and a 50 round magazine