Fn scar 17s rifle. Firstly, In my opinion, the SCAR 17s is very much worth it. The SCAR 17 on the consumer market in the USA is priced at or near many other AR10 rifles. Furthermore the SCAR 17 excels at being light and accurate and being able to change barrels and calibers easily.
Also, the FN SCAR does not require an Allen wrench to tear down. And it’s so expensive because there is a lot of money that went into R&D for the rifle and FN is simply trying to recover the development costs at a price point that is fair to the both the buyer and FN.
Again, while there are other similar home defense rifles on the market for less, the SCAR truly offers the most in versatility, accuracy, and overall value. It’s definitely expensive, but a great, reliable, and accurate firearm if you can swing it
Secondly, Yes and no. A civilian Semi-Automatic version is available (SCAR 17S) and can be picked up in most states through a FFL (Federal Firearms Licensee) transfer assuming a gun shop doesn’t already have one in stock.
Also, The SCAR system complete low rate initial production testing in June 2007. After some delays, the first rifles begins being issue to operational units in April 2009, and a battalion of the U.S. 75th Ranger Regiment is the first large unit deploy into combat with 600 of the rifles in 2009.
Weight: 8.0 lbs
Action: Short-stroke gas piston
Trigger: Composite polymer trigger module
Rifle Barrel Length: 16.2″
Barrel Rifle Twist: 1:12
Rifle Stock: Flat Dark Earth
Scope Mount: MIL-STD 1913 rail
Magazines Included: (1) 20 round
Iron Sights: Yes
Item Condition: New
Product Type: Rifles
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