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FN SCAR 20H 7.62 NATO DEPLOY PKG LASER DESIGNATOR CASE AMMO 6X ACOG w/ RMR +++

$11,444.00

Description

FN SCAR 20H 20 INCH MATCH BARREL COUNTERSNIPER/SNIPER PACKAGE IN STOCK; FULL OPTICS, NEW MANUFACTURE 480 ROUND CASE AMMUNITION IN GOV’T ISSUE AMMO CAN, GEISSELE TRIGGER GROUP, AN/PEQ-15 ATPIAL LASER DESIGNATOR, WEAPONS LIGHT, ISSUE DRAG BAG ++ 

PRICE IS FOR ONE ONE ONE BRAND NEW SCAR 20S WITH OPTICS, AMMO, AND ACCESSORIES AS LISTED!

NOTE THE SINGLE RIFLE YOU ARE BUYING IS CIVILIAN LEGAL AND DOES NOT HAVE ANY “UNITES STATES PROPERTY” stamps! 100% identical to every one in the pictures; same color, same optics, same everything but not stamped! 20-30 pics of the one you are buying Alex..

FN SCAR 20H RIFLE INFO: The most ergonomically correct 7.62 and or .308 caliber semi-automatic in the world. Ambidextrous charging handle, 20 inch match grade barrel, multi-caliber so you can swap the upper to 6.5 Creedmoor, Geissele Tier One trigger group vs. battle trigger, 22 inches of upper picatinny rail space with 12.5 inches lower and 16 inches side rails. No “pieces” you need a special tool to move rails around; they are integral to the rifle. Buttstock is a push “button” and “squeeze” unlock system so it will adjust for comb height and LOP length of pull to adjust for individual shooters or climate in seconds. T-shirt vs 3 layers = different LOP and comb height. Side charge so with the included optic you never take your eye off the ball to charge or clear. Awesome vs AR-10. Sorry kids..

FIRST OPTIC: Said it before but mebbee you are new around here.. 6X ACOG is my favoritist scope in the world for a tactical mid range counter-sniper for numerous reasons. 1))) Massive field of view 2))) you do not need to “find” the reticle as it has nearly 3 inches of leeway. Jump on the gun and if you are anywhere close the ocular portion the reticle is crystal, clear, ready to rock. 3))) Adjustable illumination from the brightest sun to dark dusk. 4))) Scope has hash marks and are numerically numbered to engage with 7.62 from 100 to 1200 meters with 7.62 / .308 ammo. 5))) This scope is preset for parrallax and allows ANY operator the ability to jump on a firearm and use the optic as is. No fuss, no muss. And yeah Alex, I do like easy. As a POST certificated Sniper Instructor I can dial.. or I can jump on this optic and rack and stack instantaneously. MANUFACTURER STATEMENT: “The military’s need for a magnified, self-luminous tactical sight that enhances target identification and increases hit probability on extended-range shots gave rise to the Trijicon ACOG® 6×48. Powered by Trijicon’s patented fiber optics and tritium-based technology, the TA648-308 ACOG® reticle features a red chevron aiming point. It also incorporates a bullet drop compensator (BDC) with additional aiming points estimated for trajectory of the 7.62mm M80 out to 1200 meters. To further improve target acquisition and hit potential, the new ACOG® 6×48 incorporates Trijicon’s Bindon Aiming Concept™ (BAC) feature – a revolutionary both-eyes-open method of aiming. Like other members of the Trijicon ACOG® line, the new ACOG® 6×48 is battery free and waterproof to 500 feet.

SECOND OPTIC: SOCOM military issue Trijicon RMR with Gov’t UID plate. This is the exact RMR your Special Forces utilize on Tier One platforms today. Mounted on the 6X ACOG by simply lifting your head you can engage targets from 10 inches past 100 meters with ease. The 6X limits platform utilization under 50 meters or for CQB while simply lifting your head allows the use of the red dot RMR for room clearing and or CQB close quarter battle. Most expensive RMR manufactured with fully adjustable illumination via port and starboard push button (s).

AN/PEQ-15 ATPIAL LASER DESIGNATOR (SQB): This is the “square box thingy” or SBT on the end of the upper rail. Push buttons for red visible laser usage. Includes invisible laser and invisible IR illuminator for optional night vision system. Red visible laser for use in low light conditions WITHOUT night vision; put the red visible laser on your target out to 600 yards or so and when it is on the target press the trigger. Since you’re visible red laser is on your target and “zeroed” your bullet goes where your laser is. Simple! You do not use your sights or optics, you do not need a good cheek weld, wherever the laser is hitting it is where your bullet will hit. You can hold the carbine upside down, point it around a corner, hold it over your head, whatever. The invisible AND visible laser are “tied” together so to zero these is a breeze. Go to the range during daylight hours, turn on your visible red laser, put it on your target at 50 or 100 yards and fire a round (without using any sights or optics on your carbine). If you are aiming with the red laser and your bullet hits 12 inches low and or 12 inches left and or whatever you simply turn the windage and or elevation on the ATPIAL to the right or left or up or down the number of clicks and shoot another round. Lot closer but not perfect? Make another correction till your bullet hits exactly where the visible red laser is aimed. Once the bullet hits where the laser is aimed IT WILL ALSO HIT THE SAME WAY WITH THE INVISIBLE LASER!! In other words you also zeroed your ATPIAL for your night time NV use. Laser Aiming System, ATPIAL Advanced Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Laser, Mil-Spec, rated “C” legal for civilan purchase. This is the exact same AN/PEQ-15 unit issued to your Special Forces except the IR laser has been “dialed” down so it’s effective range is 700-800 meters. Includes an “NV Illuminator” or invisible flashlight only viewed thru NV equipment. Military AN/PEQ issue filters included; star, square, circle, box, triangle. Five of you on-line each has their own filter, so with your NV equipment you will know who’s who. Star? that’s Chichester. Triangle? What the hell is Mullins doing over there? Square? Oh that’s me! In other words each symbol designates a specific shooter.

ACCESSORIES/SPECS: 1))) One full case ADI 7.62×51 Ball F4 FMJ 480 rounds in M2A1 issue ammunition can. 2))) Streamlight weapons light 400 meter range quick detach 1000 lumens with strobe. 3))) Magpul forend grip 4))) BT Industries Duofold military issue bipod, CAL version with podloc. This is the wider Atlas which offers more support. 5))) BT Industries monopod. Monopod on the buttstock folds flat or when in the down position is extendable as is the bipod. 6))) Two FNH steel FDE 20 round magazines and one 10 round total three magazines substitutions available. 7))) Issue matching drag bag with interior/exterior storage and pack straps.

COST/BUILD:  In order to try and show comparable pricing as if you could order one yourself (which you can’t)… civvie 20S units are selling for right at $4000 on Gunbroker, Trijicon 6X ACOG $2999 Trijicon website (out of stock),  Trijicon SOCOM DDC RMR HRS Type 2 Red Dot Sight RM06-C-700780 $739 Trijicon website (out of stock), Trijicon RMR mount for picatinny rail $80, BT Industries BT65 Gen. 2 CAL Atlas Bipod $244, BT12-QK: Standard Height Accu-Shot® Precision Rail Monopod $98, Magpul forend grip $37, Streamlight TLR-I HPL 1000Lumens w/ Strobe $198, GGG side charge handle $40, two extra factory 20 round magazines $44 each = $88, issue drag bag $301. Issue full case ammo $505. AN/PEQ-15 ATPIAL laser designator $1349. Total if you could “build” one would run $10,678. Az pays tax visa mc discover AMEX add 3.5%

PICK UP AND SHOOT PACKAGE: We can ship as a “pick up and shoot’ package if you want optics zeroed.. simply pick up, load up, and shoot OR ship unfired your choice. 

 

Description

FN SCAR 20H 20 INCH MATCH BARREL COUNTERSNIPER/SNIPER PACKAGE IN STOCK; FULL OPTICS, NEW MANUFACTURE 480 ROUND CASE AMMUNITION IN GOV’T ISSUE AMMO CAN, GEISSELE TRIGGER GROUP, AN/PEQ-15 ATPIAL LASER DESIGNATOR, WEAPONS LIGHT, ISSUE DRAG BAG ++ 

PRICE IS FOR ONE ONE ONE BRAND NEW SCAR 20S WITH OPTICS, AMMO, AND ACCESSORIES AS LISTED!

NOTE THE SINGLE RIFLE YOU ARE BUYING IS CIVILIAN LEGAL AND DOES NOT HAVE ANY “UNITES STATES PROPERTY” stamps! 100% identical to every one in the pictures; same color, same optics, same everything but not stamped! 20-30 pics of the one you are buying Alex..

FN SCAR 20H RIFLE INFO: The most ergonomically correct 7.62 and or .308 caliber semi-automatic in the world. Ambidextrous charging handle, 20 inch match grade barrel, multi-caliber so you can swap the upper to 6.5 Creedmoor, Geissele Tier One trigger group vs. battle trigger, 22 inches of upper picatinny rail space with 12.5 inches lower and 16 inches side rails. No “pieces” you need a special tool to move rails around; they are integral to the rifle. Buttstock is a push “button” and “squeeze” unlock system so it will adjust for comb height and LOP length of pull to adjust for individual shooters or climate in seconds. T-shirt vs 3 layers = different LOP and comb height. Side charge so with the included optic you never take your eye off the ball to charge or clear. Awesome vs AR-10. Sorry kids..

FIRST OPTIC: Said it before but mebbee you are new around here.. 6X ACOG is my favoritist scope in the world for a tactical mid range counter-sniper for numerous reasons. 1))) Massive field of view 2))) you do not need to “find” the reticle as it has nearly 3 inches of leeway. Jump on the gun and if you are anywhere close the ocular portion the reticle is crystal, clear, ready to rock. 3))) Adjustable illumination from the brightest sun to dark dusk. 4))) Scope has hash marks and are numerically numbered to engage with 7.62 from 100 to 1200 meters with 7.62 / .308 ammo. 5))) This scope is preset for parrallax and allows ANY operator the ability to jump on a firearm and use the optic as is. No fuss, no muss. And yeah Alex, I do like easy. As a POST certificated Sniper Instructor I can dial.. or I can jump on this optic and rack and stack instantaneously. MANUFACTURER STATEMENT: “The military’s need for a magnified, self-luminous tactical sight that enhances target identification and increases hit probability on extended-range shots gave rise to the Trijicon ACOG® 6×48. Powered by Trijicon’s patented fiber optics and tritium-based technology, the TA648-308 ACOG® reticle features a red chevron aiming point. It also incorporates a bullet drop compensator (BDC) with additional aiming points estimated for trajectory of the 7.62mm M80 out to 1200 meters. To further improve target acquisition and hit potential, the new ACOG® 6×48 incorporates Trijicon’s Bindon Aiming Concept™ (BAC) feature – a revolutionary both-eyes-open method of aiming. Like other members of the Trijicon ACOG® line, the new ACOG® 6×48 is battery free and waterproof to 500 feet.

SECOND OPTIC: SOCOM military issue Trijicon RMR with Gov’t UID plate. This is the exact RMR your Special Forces utilize on Tier One platforms today. Mounted on the 6X ACOG by simply lifting your head you can engage targets from 10 inches past 100 meters with ease. The 6X limits platform utilization under 50 meters or for CQB while simply lifting your head allows the use of the red dot RMR for room clearing and or CQB close quarter battle. Most expensive RMR manufactured with fully adjustable illumination via port and starboard push button (s).

AN/PEQ-15 ATPIAL LASER DESIGNATOR (SQB): This is the “square box thingy” or SBT on the end of the upper rail. Push buttons for red visible laser usage. Includes invisible laser and invisible IR illuminator for optional night vision system. Red visible laser for use in low light conditions WITHOUT night vision; put the red visible laser on your target out to 600 yards or so and when it is on the target press the trigger. Since you’re visible red laser is on your target and “zeroed” your bullet goes where your laser is. Simple! You do not use your sights or optics, you do not need a good cheek weld, wherever the laser is hitting it is where your bullet will hit. You can hold the carbine upside down, point it around a corner, hold it over your head, whatever. The invisible AND visible laser are “tied” together so to zero these is a breeze. Go to the range during daylight hours, turn on your visible red laser, put it on your target at 50 or 100 yards and fire a round (without using any sights or optics on your carbine). If you are aiming with the red laser and your bullet hits 12 inches low and or 12 inches left and or whatever you simply turn the windage and or elevation on the ATPIAL to the right or left or up or down the number of clicks and shoot another round. Lot closer but not perfect? Make another correction till your bullet hits exactly where the visible red laser is aimed. Once the bullet hits where the laser is aimed IT WILL ALSO HIT THE SAME WAY WITH THE INVISIBLE LASER!! In other words you also zeroed your ATPIAL for your night time NV use. Laser Aiming System, ATPIAL Advanced Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Laser, Mil-Spec, rated “C” legal for civilan purchase. This is the exact same AN/PEQ-15 unit issued to your Special Forces except the IR laser has been “dialed” down so it’s effective range is 700-800 meters. Includes an “NV Illuminator” or invisible flashlight only viewed thru NV equipment. Military AN/PEQ issue filters included; star, square, circle, box, triangle. Five of you on-line each has their own filter, so with your NV equipment you will know who’s who. Star? that’s Chichester. Triangle? What the hell is Mullins doing over there? Square? Oh that’s me! In other words each symbol designates a specific shooter.

ACCESSORIES/SPECS: 1))) One full case ADI 7.62×51 Ball F4 FMJ 480 rounds in M2A1 issue ammunition can. 2))) Streamlight weapons light 400 meter range quick detach 1000 lumens with strobe. 3))) Magpul forend grip 4))) BT Industries Duofold military issue bipod, CAL version with podloc. This is the wider Atlas which offers more support. 5))) BT Industries monopod. Monopod on the buttstock folds flat or when in the down position is extendable as is the bipod. 6))) Two FNH steel FDE 20 round magazines and one 10 round total three magazines substitutions available. 7))) Issue matching drag bag with interior/exterior storage and pack straps.

COST/BUILD:  In order to try and show comparable pricing as if you could order one yourself (which you can’t)… civvie 20S units are selling for right at $4000 on Gunbroker, Trijicon 6X ACOG $2999 Trijicon website (out of stock),  Trijicon SOCOM DDC RMR HRS Type 2 Red Dot Sight RM06-C-700780 $739 Trijicon website (out of stock), Trijicon RMR mount for picatinny rail $80, BT Industries BT65 Gen. 2 CAL Atlas Bipod $244, BT12-QK: Standard Height Accu-Shot® Precision Rail Monopod $98, Magpul forend grip $37, Streamlight TLR-I HPL 1000Lumens w/ Strobe $198, GGG side charge handle $40, two extra factory 20 round magazines $44 each = $88, issue drag bag $301. Issue full case ammo $505. AN/PEQ-15 ATPIAL laser designator $1349. Total if you could “build” one would run $10,678. Az pays tax visa mc discover AMEX add 3.5%

PICK UP AND SHOOT PACKAGE: We can ship as a “pick up and shoot’ package if you want optics zeroed.. simply pick up, load up, and shoot OR ship unfired your choice.