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raging dad
04-10-2012, 3:49 PM
any thoughts on this rifle?
primary use bench shooting at 100 yards for now longer distance in the future.

other option M1A , AR10 since i already own a FAL.

ResidentNemesis
04-10-2012, 4:46 PM
i like it im looking in to one as well which version are you loooking at

raging dad
04-10-2012, 5:45 PM
looking at the heavy barrel version....still 50 50 right now.

ResidentNemesis
04-10-2012, 10:34 PM
same here you going to get one with the hardwear on it of the standard rifle stock looking one ?

raging dad
04-10-2012, 10:43 PM
stock

ResidentNemesis
04-10-2012, 11:03 PM
nice im trying to see if a place in souther cali will get it and install the BB on the one with the PG on it for me

personalsecurityzone
08-17-2012, 5:49 PM
I had a chance to shoot FNAR rifles at an industry shoot in Reno, NV last year and found it fun and accurate (as a former competitive rifle shooter mainly biathlon but NRA high power 4-pos also and now just some fun local shoots from time to time). For more details, I have also posted a thoughtful customer review (not my own words but one I found informative) on one of our FNAR pages....

Customer Reviews of FNAR include...

"I have one (standard barrel) and I really like it. I had the following criteria when I was looking for a new rifle:

1. .308
2. Box-fed semi-auto
3. Not an AR (no fudd here, just don't like AR's)
4. Sub MOA Accuracy
5. User defined dimensions (LOP, comb, etc)
6. Under $1500
7. Poly furniture
8. integral rail for scope

Notice that looks weren't on the list. I found one used, but unfired... and I paired it with a new Leupold VXIII 40mm that I also got for a screaming deal and a Harris bipod. Once zeroed I got great accuracy (for me anyway), and it has very mild recoil. Last range trip I put one of the dots from a shoot-n-see on a piece of cardboard, I think it is 1" diameter. At 100 yards I put 4 rounds right in the dot."

"...at the price it's hard to beat i think, a piston driven .308 semi auto that is very accurate and doesn't need anything out of the box, save for another mag."

Currently in stock (8/17/12) but stock changes daily...

FN3108929140 - FN AR FNAR Rifle 308WIN 20" LT Fluted 10 AR15 Type Calif Ok* $1,464.48
Details - FN-3108929250 - FNM FNAR Rifle 308 20"Standard Fluted Bl like AR Calif Ok* $1,010.22 - note the discounted price these will go fast
Details - FN3108929310 - FN AR FNAR Rifle 308WIN 16" Std Dbm 20 (like AR15) Calif Ok* $1,464.48
Details - FN3108929320 - FN AR FNAR Rifle 308WIN 16" Std Dbm 10 (like AR15) Calif Ok* $1,464.48 - this is a 10RD package

The bullet button for Calif. made by Assault Planet costs $35 our cost including shipping to us, so we just pass this along.

Re: the hicaps some of the packages already include 10RD. Of course LE can buy the hicaps as long as your FFL has a permit to bring them into Calif.

All FN firearms and the above info is at http://fn-herstal.personalsecurityzone.com/

Mary Kay

REDdawn6
08-17-2012, 6:59 PM
I like them. Feels at home when I held one @ LGS. Id get one ,easy

SamIAm
08-18-2012, 10:03 AM
you can get it featureless too

intensefab
08-18-2012, 12:17 PM
I have one and really like it.

It's light and I have the 18" heavy barrel. Accurate and very easy to shoot. Minimal recoil for a .308. Got mine with two 20 round magazines...I live out of state. Slap a bipod and scope on her and she's good to go!!

JohnZ
09-20-2012, 9:26 PM
Is there any accuarcy difference wit the 16'' and 20" version? Heavy vs. Standard barrel? I have read on other reviews and forums that ALL FNARs are guaranteed 1 moa at 100 yards.

JohnZ
09-21-2012, 6:54 PM
bump