- Fully automatic and semi automatic select fire
- Magazine shaped battery pack (Battery and charger included)
- Front and rear sights
- Parallax free optic, works in sub zero temperatures
- Forward 20mm accessory rails
- Vertical grip included
- ABS polymer body and FN Scar side folding stock
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.Length:
200 rounds, hopper fedThread Direction:
Gun, Magazine, Manual, Integrated batteryManufacturer:
Palco / Licensed by FN Herstal
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"Works well with my polarstar Fusion. Would recommend for CQB! All the players at my field are very jealous.
"i’m not some hardcore airsofter, but i do have some spring handguns that i’ve had wars with my friends with. i’ve been wanting an electric gun for a while, and this seemed like the best choice. here’re some pros and cons
•very hard, durable plastic/polymer
•just the general setup of the gun is good
•vertical grip on the front rail is shaky
•it says ‘ambidextrious buttons’ on the description of the product, but the buttons only work on the left side of the gun
PRO/CON (PLEASE READ)
on the electric version, there’s kind of a weird twist that i never found out until after i bought it. the magazine is actually the battery, and there’s a fake sight on the too rail that opens, to put bbs in. i say pro/con because it’s pretty helpful and the battery is easier to manage, but if you really wanna do airsoft games, you dont go around with a gun that works like that.
anyways, great gun. would totally reccomend
"Since it wasn't super clear in description: electric has a extra little scope thing on top to pour bbs into. The clip is the battery. Since you are probably beginners like me and my 13 yr old, the battery lasts as long as you do. Electric has full auto, which fires about as fast as an 8 count in music or semi auto. Most of the time we just have in full auto and pull the trigger either fast once or hold down.
It is not fair to rate this $50 gun in comparison to whatever a real air soft gun is. This gun is perfect for a dad and son to start shooting each other in the yard. In fact, we took back a $100 gun we got at sports store, because it was garbage compared to this one and bought another of these.
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