Picture Of Today is an FN SCAR 20S, being zeroed at the range.

    This is a great photo. Almost so perfect you would think it is computer generated. Everything is put in place. Even the shooting mat is brand new and unused. I guess that’s what the marketing department is for?

    The FN SCAR also looks “special”, almost like the colors and surface finishing is more metallic and “golden” than the original.

    Most likely someone spent a lot of time in Photoshop, working the colors and layers.

    The rifle scope is from Steiner, probably a 5-25 power. The bipod is an Atlas from B&T USA, a great one.

    Take aim with the all-new FN SCAR 20S, the latest in battle-proven technology based on the legendary DNA of the 7.62-calibered MK 17 and MK 20 SSR. Perfectly calibrated for long-range precision fire, the SCAR 20S gives you the ability to engage targets nearing 800 yards with ease. 
    The gas-operated piston design absorbs recoil efficiently to improve follow-up shots and maintain target acquisition.
    Lending further aid is the match-grade, two-stage trigger that breaks crisply at 3.5-4.5 pounds, full-length MIL-STD 1913 rail at 12 o’clock position, and fixed buttstock providing adaptability to fit to each user’s needs through adjustable length of pull and cheek rest height.
    The price is listed as (MSRP): $4,499.
    The trigger is a Two-Stage Match trigger from Geissele (“Super SCAR”). The caliber is 7.62x51mm through a 20″ barrel.

    #FNFriday is all about zeroing in on the weekend. We see you, Saturday!


    Do we have any FN SCAR aficionados here?

    If so I look forward to seeing your comments below, please don’t be shy.