My thoughts (as someone shopping a PS-90 and an AR57).
- Ammunition is very expensive and difficult to find.
- PS-90 has one, non-adjustable LOP. If it’s not comfortable for your, you’re out of luck.
- PS-90 requires that the shooters hands be placed close together, in exactly the same place. Again, if you don’t like that, you’re out of luck.
- PS-90 IS very soft shooting.
Because it’s so unique, the PS-90 is really a gun that the individual MUST handle (and should shoot) before buying. A lot of people either love them or hate them.
1. Ammo is expensive and hard to find. Cabellas most times have it but have a thick wallet before you go in. My recommendation is to buy a bunch when you find it, because it IS hard to find.
2. Not too much felt recoil.
3. It's nice to have 20 rounds in the mag. Talk about crowd control...
4. In my Five-seveN the report is LOUD! The crack is shockingly sharp. Practice with good ear protection!