New For 2022: FN SCAR 20S NRCH

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posted on January 8, 2022
FN SCAR 20S NRCH

FN America’s SCAR lineup of rifles received an upgrade in 2021 with the addition of bilateral, non-reciprocating charging handles now available on the 20S precision rifle, as well as the 17S and 16S.

This updated design features an all-new charging sled and bilateral charging handles that lock forward when the bolt is closed and remain at rest while the gun is fired. Of the two charging handles, one features a 30-degree cant that avoids interference with low-mounted optics and the other features a low-profile design to prevent snagging.

The suggested retail price on the new SCAR 20S NRCH is $4,799. For more information, visit fnamerica.com.

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