FN SC-1 Over/Under Shotgun

FNH USA has announced their first over and under shotgun, the FN SC-1. The gun was designed for their competition team and they are producing just 200 guns of this model (with a second generation of the gun coming next year). The Belgium-made shotgun is essentially a Winchester Model 101 trap gun with a laminated stock and FN engraving (Winchester guns are manufactured by FN).

I really like the blue/gray stock, blue-colored FNH logo and the ‘arrow’ checkering. The Winchester Model 101 ranges in price from $1,800 to $2,600. I expect the FN SC-1 to sell for somewhere in the middle of that price range.

Specifications
Caliber 12 gauge (2.75″)
Capacity
Finish brushed silver satin, blue
Barrel 28″ back-bored, ported & chrome-lined
Stock fully adjustable comb, recoil pad
Overall Length 46″
Weight 8 lbs
Front Sight fiber-optic front sight
Other Features 10mm wide vented top rib has a brass mid-bead
Miscellaneous Winchester Invector-Plus stainless choke tubes
MSRP (Price) Not yet announced.


Steve Johnson

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  • Griffin

    Woah, that is a shotgun that is not to my taste at all (aesthetically). It makes the original Browning Cynergy look conservative by comparison.

    To shoot that and not get a huge amount of ribbing at any of the competitions I go to you would have to be very good. Otherwise it would be open season.

    • mattg72

      This is the sort of attitude that drives me nuts. Who freakin’ cares what someones gun looks like? Dare to be different I always say, and own it. Stand tall. Anyone who ridicules you, tell them and their 4th grade intellect to go to hell. I’d rock that shotty even if it were pink. Man, I’m sure glad I don’t give a f__k. Life is great!

  • Lance

    When it comes to sporting shot guns I say I can beat any FN Beretta or Benelli with my trusty Remington 870 or 1100 any time any where.

  • SpudGun

    She’s a beauty all right. I’m wondering if the decision to produce 200 guns now is to do with the rules for competition akin to motor racing?

    Something along the lines of the teams can only use a shotgun that is in current production and current production must be a minimum of 200 units?

  • Hopeton Brown

    I like the looks of this gun. Too many of the sporting clays guns looks like Gramps old shotgun, with filigree engraving, gold duck inlays, etc. This has a classy, modern aesthetic.

    Lance, who is shooting sporting clays with an 870 or 1100? You need an O/U to compete.

  • ParatrooperJJ

    Disagree – the Beretta and Benelli actions are light years ahead of the 1100.

  • Lance

    @ Paratrooper JJ

    You can say there newer design but dead on accuracy goes with the Remingtons.

  • Will

    @ Lance I dont that. the Fn slp was actually ranked above the 870 & 1100. i all cat’s of shotguns. Now back to this. Its a piece of ART. Very unique design. I will own one by the end of this Year.

  • Michael59

    Most over and under guns have canted stocks for right hand shooters. I am thinking FN would make a more ambidexterous model. Do you know if this stock is straight or has a left option?

  • Sam Suggs

    you would thing they wuold be more inovative I mean nothing new here

  • Sam Suggs

    the blue laminiate as its only option is not doing it any favors

  • Sam Suggs

    I love fnh but who going to buy this in such a crowded market

  • bayleigh napper

    i would definatly buy this if i could actually find one where i live it would match my .22 I LOVE I IT I WANT I WANT I WANT