What’s more fun than shooting steel targets? How about shooting steel targets with a pistol from 100 (or more) yards away? That’s exactly where the new FK BRNO 7.5 Field Pistol shines. If the shooter holds up their end of the deal, this pistol will shoot two to four-inch groups at 100 yards.
A true specialty pistol, this quote from the manufacturer sums it up quite well. “A handgun with the recoil of a 40, the size of a 45, high capacity of a 9mm and the ballistics similar to a 30 cal carbine.”
Part of the reason for those interest specs is the design of the pistol itself. It’s a single-action with tilting barrel recoil design and a proprietary recoil attenuating system. The other reason that it can pack such a long-range punch yet still have the capacity and carry attributes is the ammo itself. This pistol fires the 7.5 FK Cartridge.
That bottleneck round looks something like a .357 Sig but launches a 95-grain projectile at about 2,000 feet per second. In fact, at 100 yards down range, that projectile is still cooking along at over 1,500 feet per second. That’s one attribute that makes this an ideal gun for long range steel silhouette competitions. MSRP: $7500