Features Fully licensed by FN Herstal Aluminum upper receiver with metal barrel assembly Nylon reinforced polymer lower receiver 6-position retractable and foldable stock with comfortable rubber buttpad and adjustable cheek riser Ambidextrous selector switch, magazine release, and charging handle Flip-up front and rear sights Full length top rail for optics and front rail system for tactical accessories Battery wiring hidden in stock FPS Range: 370-400
VFC has really gone above and beyond in recreating what most would argue to be the best and most accurate SCAR in the airsoft industry. The upper receiver is expertly CNC machined out of a single block of high strength aluminum for exceptional durability and also features fully licensed trademarks that are beautifully laser etched into the receiver for authenticity.
The internals feature reinforced high performance parts to ensure uncompromised reliability and performance out of the box. VFCs full metal version 2 reinforced gearboxes come standard with CNC steel gears and their spring auto-shim system that reduces the need to shim the gearbox to achieve optimum performance. The upgraded spring guide, light weight polycarbonate piston and airtight cylinder allow the gun to stand out as a solid contender amongst the best that airsoft has to offer.
About the FN SCAR:
The Special Operation Forces Combat Assault Rifle (SCAR) was developed by Belgian arms manufacturer FN Herstal (FNH) as a reliable, low maintenance, modular combat rifle for the United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) to replace the tried and true M4A1 carbine used by Special Forces units across various branches of the US Military.
The FN SCAR features ambidextrous controls such as an ambi selector and mag release as well as a reversible charging handle allowing the operator to configure the rifle to their preference. The CNC one piece upper receiver features an uninterrupted Picatinny top rail with two removable side rails and a bottom rail to mount any MIL-STD-1913/Picatinny accessories. The high strength polymer lower receiver helps cut down on the over-all weight of the rifle while still maintaining most of the controls of the already familiar M4/M16 system. The telescoping, folding stock allows the rifle to be fully adjustable for length of pull to accommodate any operator. With the stock folded, the SCAR offers a significantly lower profile than even the M4A1 allowing for easy storage and transportation.
625mm / 805mm-865mm (Folded / Adjustable)
300rd Hi-Capacity. Works with Tokyo Marui, G&P, Matrix and other compatible M4 / M16 Series Airsoft AEG Magazines
370-400 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs)
Ver 2 Full Metal, Fully Upgradeable
Gun, Magazine, Manual
9.6v Small Type NiMH / 7.4v Small Type LiPoly recommended (Battery not included)
Cybergun / FN Herstal (VFC)
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(Write a review) "TL;DR: SCAR gud, the stock is meh, should buy
Fantastic gun. Relatively easy to get into. It’s like an M4 with a folding stock. Would recommend a matrix 9.6v if you like lasers.
Good weight- Hefty enough to be realistic, light enough to be very effective.
Shoots 350 fps- (though some consider this a con, I consider this a pro because it can be used indoors.
Folding stock-self explanatory
Internals- fantastic stock, I don’t plan to upgrade it any time soon. It’s accurate and with the battery I use it’s got some nice range
Externals- so realistic, me and my friend who has the SCAR-H have gotten
Stock- when it comes to the cons, most would be in the stock; polymer isn’t the best, the extension lever/button is pretty stiff, and the pin on the butt-pad is hard to put in when there is a battery. The pin doesn’t stay in well, but that at least eliminates the problem once you lose it.
Bolt catch- mine broke after about 20 racks, but it’s not necessary to the mechanical/electrical function of the gun so whatever
Maintenance- the upper and lower are held together by a pin in front of the Magwell, it can be incredibly difficult to get out. It needs a hammer. There are plenty of YouTube videos on how to do this.
Price- you could get a similar performance on a cheaper M4. I like what I got, I just wish it wasn’t so expensive.
In conclusion: this is a fantastic intermediate gun for Milsm and outdoor and I don’t doubt it would shred indoor. Just wish the stock was a little better. "This gun is beautiful first of all. The build really is good quality and you can feel it. There’s no really play in anything and the weight is very authentic. I’ve had mine for close to 2 months now and here’s some corks I’ve dealt with along the way.
-battery= I read some much hit and miss information on what lipos I could use on this gun. Some people said only 7.4. Some people said 11.1 so I went straight to the source and contacted VFC directly and this was their response.
**11.1V LIPO is fine for all VFC AEGs, however most models are come with safety fuse or MOSFET wiring system, please do not use batteries both high in C rating and capacity.
Please check the C rating multiplied with capacity(mAh) is lower than 25000 or the fuse and chip may damage, thank you.**
Pretty much sums it up. I’ve been running an 11.1/1,200mah20c battery with fantastic luck.
-near full length inner barrel that’s supported at the end with zero play
-good firing rate on 7.4V, even better on 11.1
-shoots hot! 390’s FPS w/.28’s
-sometimes will try to double feed with some of my M4 mags causing sporadic shots or a bb to fall out of the barrel.
-firing selector switch is a bit “cheap feeling” I wish it had a stronger detent. "beautiful rifle, well made and lives up to the vac name Read More Reviews Write a Review
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