The FN Five-seveN MK2 has been drawing mixed attention since it first hit the market in the late 1990s, mostly because of the unique 5.7x28mm cartridge that gives this weapon it’s name. In addition to being chambered in one of the newest and least common calibers, the Five-seveN has a few other feature that help it stand out in a sea of polymer handguns. The large but lightweight handgun is comfortably narrow side-to-side but surprisingly thick front-to-back. The polymer capped steel slide helps reduce the total weight to a simple 1.74 lbs. Both the safety and mag release have ambidextrous options. The unusual cartridge coupled with a relatively long 8.2″ handgun provide consistent accuracy at 150 yards, a distance usually reserved for small carbine rifles. While this may not be the most reasonable weapon for daily carry, it could be a fantastic varmint control alternative for anyone working the land for a living (assuming they can afford the $1,275 price tag).