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FN SCAR 17S Rifle Now Available At Dealers

July 28, 2010  | 


Photo courtesy of FNH USA.

A limited first production run of FN SCAR 17S rifles has arrived at firearm dealers, FNH USA has announced.

With this release, the commercial SCAR 17S includes a durable, lockable, waterproof Hardigg Storm hard side case for storage and transportation and a certificate of authenticity attesting to its inclusion in the initial production run, marking the introduction of the FN SCAR 17S.

The semi-automatic FN SCAR 17S is a modular, lightweight, semi-automatic rifle that features:

  • A free floating, cold hammer-forged MIL-SPEC barrel with a hard-chromed bore.
  • An innovative gas-operated, short stroke piston system for fouling reduction and improved reliability.
  • Fully ambidextrous operating controls that allow adaptability for left and right hand users.
  • A receiver-integrated MIL-STD 1913 (Picatinny) optical rail plus three accessory rails to allow use of a wide variety of tactical lights and lasers.
  • A side-folding, polymer stock that is adjustable for comb height and length of pull.
  • 7.62x51 mm (308 WIN.) cartridge chambering.
  • A choice of 10- or 20-round magazines.
  • Authentic USSOCOM flat dark earth (FDE) finish.
  • A barrel length of 16.25 inches and weight of 8 pounds.

For more details and photographs or to download wallpapers, visit the FNH USA website.

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