More on the new FN SCAR 20S rifle (VIDEO)

A commercial variant of the FN MK20 SSR long-used by special operations units, the new SCAR 20S offers a long-range option right out of the box.

Announced earlier this month, the 20S variant of FN’s SCAR, runs a 20-inch, 1-in-12-inch twist, heavy profile barrel atop a lengthened receiver and stock that is adjustable for LOP and comb height. A Geissele Super SCAR two-stage match trigger is standard as are an ambi safety lever and mag release.

For his take on the new FN 7.62x51mm NATO marksman rifle with a $4,400 MSRP– and how the gun varies from both the standard SCAR 17 and SSR– is Larry Vickers in the above spot.

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