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Full range of new buttstock for FN SCAR-SC subcompact carbine

The Belgian Company FN Herstal proposes a new short telescopic buttstock for its FN SCAR®-SC Subcompact Carbine. The new FN SCAR®-SC subcompact carbine 5.56x45mm caliber was unveiled in November 2017 at Milipol, the International Homeland Security Exhibition which was held in Paris, France.

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The FN SCAR-SC with the new short telescopic buttstock (Picture source FN Herstal)

This variant adds to the already wide choice of buttstock types available for this weapon including, standard telescopic buttstock (coming standard with the FN SCAR®-SC Subcompact Carbine), fixed buttstock, foldable buttstock (concave or convex butt plate), foldable, adjustable offset buttstock for aiming and shooting with anti-riot or bulletproof helmet visor.

This comprehensive product offering will enable the Law Enforcement and Security personnel to select the buttstock best suited to their morphology and the mission at hand.

The FN SCAR®-SC is the subcompact model derived from the FN SCAR® rifle family, specifically adapted for Security Forces. Extremely compact for use in confined spaces, the 5.56x45mm (.223) caliber FN SCAR®-SC Subcompact Carbine is available with semi-auto or selective fire trigger mechanism and a wide variety of accessories including a sound suppressor, and can feed non-military ammunition (e.g. soft nose, hollow point). It features a 7.5’’ barrel, non-reciprocating charging handle, ambidextrous operating controls, MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny type top and side rails for optics and accessories.

The new FN SCAR®-SC is chambered in 5.56×45mm NATO cartridge and use standard magazine of 30 rounds capacity. The cyclic rate of fire is 550-650 rounds per minute. It has a length of 536mm with telescopic buttstock retracted and 635mm when fully extended.

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The FN SCAR-SC can be fitted with different types of buttstock (Source picture FN Herstal)



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