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Gaming Gun Review - The P90

Gaming Gun Review - The P90 Personal Defence Weapon

Hero with P90Back in 1997 I watched a pilot of a new TV series spin off from a Sci-fi movie. Nothing too unusal in that, being a sci-fi tragic. Little did I know then that I would be watching the cast save the galaxy for the next decade. One of the key elements of show, was that the secret military team, SG1 explored new worlds traveling through Stargates arms with their trusty P90 personal defence weapons. 

The P90 is a famous weapon. It is easy to load weapon that packs a punch is instantly recognizable with its distinctive bulpup design. With its integrated red-dot target acquistion is fast and accurate. 

The P90 is more powerful than a sub machine gun but not quite as long ranged as a combat rifle.

Compared to a combat rifle, the P90 is relatively light weight. In CQB it is very handy to use due to its compact size.

I like it because it compact but has enough range to be very effective long range. It features a large 50 shot magazine and supports both burst and semi-automatic fire.

Integrated 30mm red dot scopes are standard issue with the P90. With SATR3 the laser tag system offers a dedicated Personal Defence Weapon class.  

The P90 Emulation in SATR3 Laser Tag System

Any of the following emulations are appropriate:

  • FN P90 (default)
  • K&K MP7
  • HB Subsonic 
  • HB Supersonic
  • M1 Carbine 
  • M2 Carbine. 

The P90 is relatively light weight and is very handy to use due to its compact size, ideal for close quarters fighting although it has enough range to be very effective at medium range combat as well. It features a large 50 shot magazine and supports both burst and semi-automatic fire.