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FN's SCAR: A Cut Above

The new selective-fire SCAR rifle platform from FN represents the most sophisticated solution to date for the requirements of America’s unconventional warriors.

Marksmanship in 1775: Myth or Reality?

Were American citizen soldiers at the Battle of Bunker Hill better shots than the British?

The SCAR Program: Present and Future

The U.S. Special Operations Command is going forward with the MK17 7.62x51 mm NATO SCAR-H program.

Shooting the National Defense Match

While I held the camera, American Hunter Managing Editor Jeff Johnston handled a rifle—and handled it well at the NRA National Defense Match on August 14 and 15 at Camp Perry, Ohio.

ISSC MK22 .22 Rifle

This FN SCAR clone in .22 Long Rifle is a feature-loaded rifle that provides some seriously fun shooting.

Troy BattleMag

Troy BattleMags are made of impact-resistant polymer and are compatible with most tactical rifles deployed.

Smile, You're On Someone's Camera

Coming to you live from Latin Quarter of Paris, the Insider is here to check out the Milipol convention, a gathering of companies large and small who specialize in all things related to security.

Gun of the Week: FN SCAR 17S

Gun of the Week: FN SCAR 17S

FN SCAR 17S

The SCAR family of rifles has served U.S. Special Operations Command units in the field for some time, and the Special Operations Combat Assault Rifle Heavy finally became available to consumers with the FN SCAR 17S.

The First FN SCAR

While filming an episode of American Rifleman TV at FN USA, Mark Keefe was able to get up close and personal with the first SCAR ever produced. The episode will air in the upcoming season, which begins next month.

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