FNH USA Inc.

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1364 Beverly Road
Mclean, VA 22101
About FNH USA Inc.
  • When the discussion turns to the history of small arms development, the conversation naturally centers on the contributions of Fabrique Nationale. The FN firm was founded by a consortium of gunmakers in 1889 in Herstal, Belgium, to better fulfill a major service rifle contract for the Belgian military. Over the decades, FN's reputation for innovative manufacturing processes, precise engineering and flawless quality quickly grew and attracted some of the finest minds in firearms engineering. Legendary gun designers like John Moses Browning and Dieudonne J. Saive relied on the engineers and craftsmen of FN to turn their futuristic visions into steel reality.
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Products by FNH USA Inc.
  • Law Enforcement Handguns

    For more than a century, FN has been known around the globe for making handguns that you can rely on anytime and anywhere. From the legendary John M. Browning designs of the 9mm Hi Power and the 25 ACP Baby Browning to today’s FNX and Five-seveN® pistols, FN handguns are a timeless expression of... Read more
  • Law Enforcement Shotguns

    The FN brand is synonymous with innovative automatic shotguns. FN built the John M. Browning-designed Auto-5 in 1903. It was the world’s first successful autoloading shotgun and quickly set the standard for shootability, quality and reliability. Today’s SLP autoloader is ready for any military... Read more
  • Law Enforcement Less Lethal Products

    Around the globe, military forces and law enforcement agencies alike are embracing the concept of less lethal technology for civil disorder, correctional institutions, border defense, physical facility security, and force protection, or in any other situation where the control, dispersal and/or... Read more