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FN SCAR H

FN SCAR H

ACE DELTA USMC
Late in 2004 US SOCOM announced, that the winner for the initial SCAR contracts is the FN USA, an US-based subsidiary of the famous Belgian company Fabrique Nationale Herstal. prototype rifles were manufactured by FN Manufacturing Inc, US-based subsidiary to FN Herstal; This company will also handle series production of rifles. Starting mid-2005, first SCAR rifles went to end users in US Special Operation Forces. Since US SOCOM uses Navy-type "mark" designations, SCAR rifles were officially designated as Rifle Mark 16 (SCAR-L / Light) and Rifle Mark 17 (SCAR-H / Heavy). It is believed that Mk.16 and Mk.17 rifles will gradually replace most rifle systems now in service with US SOCOM forces, such as M4 carbines, M16 rifles, M14 rifles and Mk. 25 sniper rifles. As it turned out, FN SCAR rifles are not based on any previous weapons but designed from the scratch. In all variants FN SCAR rifles feature gas operated, short stroke piston action with rotating bolt locking. Bolt system appears to be somewhat similar to that of FN Minimi / M249 SAW machine gun. This system apparently is less sensitive to fine sand, dust and any other fouling inside the receiver, than any system with M16-type multi-lug bolt and plunger-type ejector. #20080714 #39 #45 #556 #51 #762 #ak47 #armalight #ARMY #Assaultrifle #Barrett #Beretta #Colt #FN #g3 #g36mtar #gewehr #HK #m14 #m16 #m4 #m9 #machinegun #MARINES #MG #NAVY #pistol #SAS #SAW #scar #SEAL #SMG #sniper #SOCOM #submachinegun #SWAT #tavor #TEACAKE #USMC #uzi
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