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You’re Gonna Love the New FN SCAR-SC!

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FN Herstal just announced a new member of the SCAR series, the FN SCAR-SC.

SC is the designator for their new Sub- Compact series.

The SCAR-SC features semi-auto only or selective fire options and can handle a massive range of add-on accessories like a suppressor, foregrips, weapon mounted light, scopes or dot sights, and much more.

While the standard model comes with a telescoping stock, there are a variety of options that can conform to the physical needs of any shooter.

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According to the FN Press Release, here’s the details on the new FN SCAR-SC Subcompact Carbine

FN SCAR rifles have a proud tradition of usage by US Special Forces.

The 5.56x45mm (.223) caliber FN SCAR-SC builds on this heritage with an extremely compact design that’s ideal for homeland security operations.

Specifically adapted for mobility and flexibility, the FN SCAR-SC has semi-auto only or selective fire capabilities, non-reciprocating charging handle and a wide range of add-ons.

This includes a red dot sight, tactical light, a variety of foregrips and a sound suppressor.

All of these add-ons have been tested and certified by FN Herstal as providing reliable, durable performance in even the toughest circumstances.

The FN SCAR-SC comes with a telescopic buttstock as standard. Optional buttstocks include fixed, foldable, adjustable (length and height) with either concave or convex butt plate and a foldable offset buttstock for aiming and shooting with anti-riot or bulletproof helmet visor.

Existing users of FN SCAR will already be familiar with how to operate this rifle, minimizing training time.

Technical data (with telescopic buttstock):– Length: 536mm (21.10”) when fully retracted / 653mm (25.71”) when fully extended
– Weight: approx. 3.150 kg (approx. 6.94 lb)
– Barrel length: 190.5mm (7.5”)
– Magazine capacity: 30 rounds
– Cyclic rate of fire: 550-650 rounds per minute

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