FN SCAR® 17 CQC
Available for law enforcement and military.
Firing the long-range, hard-hitting 7.62x51mm NATO cartridge, the selective-fire FN SCAR® 17’s innovative gas-operated, short-stroke piston system reduces fouling for greater reliability. The FN SCAR® 17 system features three user-interchangeable, free-floating cold hammer-forged MIL-SPEC barrels with chrome-lined bores. Fully ambidextrous operating controls instantly adapt the FN SCAR® 17 to any user. The receiver-integrated MIL-STD-1913 optical rail plus three accessory rails enable mounting of a wide variety of tactical lights and lasers. The side-folding polymer stock is fully adjustable for comb height and length of pull, and is colored authentic Flat Dark Earth (FDE).
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LE & Military pricing on request.
*Product follows USA specifications
- Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO
- Operation: Short-stroke gas piston
- Mag Capacity: 20 Rd.
- Weight: 7.7 lb.
- Barrel Length: 13"
Rotating, locking bolt
600 rounds per minute (RPM) cyclic rate of fire
Composite polymer trigger module
Matte black or Flat Dark Earth (FDE) color
Adjustable bipod available
Hard-anodized monolithic aluminum receiver
MIL-STD-1913 accessory rails at the 3, 6, 9 and 12 o’clock positions
Adjustable folding front and folding/removable rear back-up iron sights
Cold hammer-forged, chrome-lined, free-floating
Two barrel options available (Std., CQC); can be changed by operator in under 5 minutes with a point of impact shift of less than 1 minute of angle (1 MOA) from previously established zero
Highly effective flash hider/interface
Side-folding stock for aircraft and vehicle deployments; can still be fired from the folded position
Composite polymer construction
Ambidextrous selector lever and magazine release
Charging handle may be mounted on right or left side
Enlarged trigger guard for easier access when wearing gloves
Adjustable gas regulator for use with sound suppressor to maintain constant rate of fire
Steel magazine body
Extended magazine base pad for improved ergonomics