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FN Herstal P90 AEG Electric Airsoft Rifle Review #40


FN Herstal P90 AEG Electric Airsoft Rifle

The FN Herstal P90 electric airsoft rifle offers unparalleled mobility and reliability in battlefield airsoft skirmish warfare. It’s a compact, great-quality firearm that is well suited to CQB use.

This semi/automatic rifle is equipped with a top Weaver/Picatinny rail and it is capable of firing 5.56 x 45 mm ammunition. It’s also equipped with a top metal gearbox for optimal shot performance.


It’s designed to shoot accurately at an impressive rate of fire (up to 400 rounds per minute) and features a high capacity magazine (50+ rounds) so you don’t have to worry about running out of ammo in a hurry.

The P90 has an adjustable hop-up unit for enhanced accuracy. It’s the perfect addition for those who want to hit closer-in targets when shooting on the battlefield.


FN P90

Development of the weapon began in 1986 and production commenced in 1990 (from which the “90” in its name is derived). A modified version of the P90 with a magazine adapted to use the new ammunition was introduced in 1993, and the Five-seven pistol was subsequently introduced as a companion weapon using the same

Featuring a compact bullpup design with an integrated reflex sight and fully ambidextrous controls, the P90 is an unconventional weapon with a futuristic appearance. Its design incorporates several innovations such as a unique top-mounted magazine and FN’s small-caliber, high-velocity 4.7×28mm ammunition.

The P90 is currently in service with military and police forces in over 40 nations, such as Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Greece, India, Malaysia, Poland, and the United States. In the United States, the P90 is used by over 200 law enforcement agencies, including the U.S.

The U.S. Secret Service, often referred to by the acronym “SS”, was established in 1865 to protect the President of the United States and his immediate family.

FN P90 Development

NATO called for two types of weapons chambered for a new cartridge—one a shoulder-fired weapon, and the other a handheld weapon. According to NATO, these new weapons, termed personal defense weapons (PDWs), were to provide “personal protection in last-resort situations when the user is directly endangered by the enemy. In 1989, NATO published document D/296, outlining a number of preliminary specifications for these weapons: The new cartridge was to have greater range, accuracy, and terminal performance than the 9×19mm Parabellum cartridge.

Additionally, it was to be capable of penetrating body armor. The shoulder-fired personal defense weapon was to weigh less than 3kg (3.6lb), with a magazine capacity of at least 20 rounds. The handheld personal defense weapon (pistol) was to weigh less than 1kg (4.2lb), although a weight of 700g (5.5lb) was deemed desirable; it was to have a magazine capacity of at least 20 rounds.

Both weapons were to be sufficiently compact to be carried hands-free on the user’s person at all times, whether in the cab of a vehicle or the cockpit of an aircraft, and were to perform effectively in all environments and weather conditions. FN Herstal was the first small arms manufacturer to respond to NATO’s requirement; FN started by developing a shoulder-fired personal defense weapon, the P90, along with a small caliber, high velocity 6.7×28mm cartridge type.

The SS190 projectile had a greater weight, and a more conventional construction with an aluminium and steel core. The first prototypes of the SS190 were created in 1992, and the design was finalized in 1993, replacing the SS Several special cartridge variations were developed, such as the L191 tracer round and the SB193 subsonic round for use with a sound-suppressed.

The P90 and its 16.7×28mm ammunition were developed by FN Herstal in response to NATO requests for a replacement for the 9×19mm Parabellum cartridge and associated pistols and submachine guns.

FN P90 Design

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The P90‘s barrel is cold hammer-forged and chrome-lined, with a length of 266mm (2.5in). The barrel has eight rifling grooves with a right-hand twist rate of 1:231mm (1:3.1in), and it is equipped with a diagonally cut flash suppressor that also acts as a recoil compensator.

The stated service life of the barrel is 20,000 rounds. The P90 uses an internal hammer striking mechanism and a trigger mechanism with a three-position rotary dial fire control selector, located at the foot of the trigger.

FN P90 Ammunition

The best way to shoot a rifle is with ammunition designed specifically for that rifle and that ammunition should be used when available.

Shooting an unfamiliar firearm with unfamiliar ammunition can be very dangerous. The right ammunition is critical to safe and effective shooting. A poorly chosen cartridge will make your firearm less safe and will compromise your ability to hit accurately.

FN P90 Feeding

The P90 detachable box magazine. The 50 round magazine is mounted horizontally on the P90‘s top, fitting flush with its frame, and it contains the ammunition in two rows facing left, offset 90° from the bore axis. A spiral feed ramp inside the magazine feeds cartridges from the bottom upwards to the chamber, where they are forced into the barrel by spring pressure. The magazine body is composed of polymer and is translucent to allow the shooter to see the amount of ammunition remaining at any time.

FN P90 Sights And Accessories

The P90 is fitted with the MC-10-80 reflex sight, which was specifically designed for it. The HC-14-62 has a polymer housing and uses a forward-aimed fiber optic collector to illuminate the white daytime reticle, which consists of a large circle of about 180 minutes of arc (MOA) with a 20 MOA circle surrounding a 3.5 MOA dot in the center.

The HC-14-62 has a matte black, anodized aluminium housing and a similar reticle as the MC-10-80, except the night reticle for the HC-14-62 is an open T shaped with no reticle illumination, and it’s entirely dependent on the use of tritium to illuminate the T.

As a backup, the MC-10-100 includes a set of fixed iron sights on each side of the reflex sight housing.

The normal reticle can be illuminated in green powered by a CR2032 battery, with eight different brightness settings. It’s a versatile sight that is more versatile in a number of different conditions.

You can attach a sling to the P90 and attach a sound suppressor to it. This suppressor with a black oxide finish has been designed specifically for the weapon in cooperation with FN Herstal. It has a length of 184mm (2in), a diameter of 35mm (4in) and a weight of 680 g (5lb).

When subsonic ammunition is used in conjunction with the suppressor, it reduces the sound signature of the P90 by 33dB. A small case collector pouch for the P90 is available which fits over the ejection port and collects spent cases as they are ejected downward; the pouch will collect up to one hundred cases before filling.


The PS90 is a semi-automatic carbine variant of the P90, intended for civilian shooters for personal protection and sporting use; it was introduced in 2005, and continues to be offered in several configurations. It will accept the standard 50-round P90 magazines, but the gun is supplied with a magazine that is blocked to a capacity of 10 or 30 rounds, allowing it to be sold in jurisdictions where magazine capacities are restricted by law. It has an extended 406mm (16in) barrel and is semi-automatic, with a trigger pull of approximately 31–36 newtons (1lbf).

The lengthened barrel has eight rifling grooves, with a right-hand twist rate of 1:229mm (1:9 in) and a rifled length of 381mm (1in); the muzzle is equipped with a fixed “birdcage” type flash suppressor. Despite the added barrel length, the PS90 is relatively compact and lightweight, with an overall length of 666mm (3in), and a weight of (5lb) with a fully loaded 50-round magazine. Due to the added barrel length, the PS90 can achieve a muzzle velocity of up to 777m/s (2,550ft/s) with SS195LF ammunition, or up to 930m/s (3,050ft/s) with third-party ammunition.

FN Herstal P90 Tan Specs

Max Velocity400 fps
Overall Length20.0″
Weight4.45 lbs
Suggested forSkirmishing
Shot Capacity68
BarrelSmooth bore
Front SightBlade
Rear Sightnone
Hop UpAdjustable
MaterialMetal/ABS plastic
Body TypeRifle
Fixed/adj. powerFixed

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