FN America SCAR

FN America SCAR

Part Number: 98521

UPC: 818513002370


Positive: 5
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Positive: 2
Mixed: 1
Negative: 1

Part Number: 98521

UPC: 818513002370

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Retail Price: $3,266.00 Used Value: $2,122.00

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FN America SCAR Description

For many, some of the most memorable times in one's life are those spent hunting with family and friends. For those moments, rifles like the FN America SCAR Semi Auto Rifles are great to have. FN 98621 SCAR 16S 223 16 BLK 1O The SCAR 16S is chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO/223 Remington with an innovative, gas-operated short-stroke piston system. The SCAR 16S features a free floating, cold hammer-forged MIL-SPEC barrel with hard-chromed bore. Fully-ambidextrous operating controls instantly adapt the SCAR 16S to any user. Multiple MIL-STD 1913 rails enable mounting a wide variety of optional tactical lights and lasers. The unique side-folding polymer stock is fully adjustable for comb height and length of pull. Available with detachable box magazines.

FN America SCAR Variations

  Part #/UPC Caliber Capacity Frame Size Frame Finish Barrel Length Weight (oz) Weight (lbs) MSRP

FN America SCAR Specifications

Brand FN
Weight 116 oz
Action Semi-Automatic
Caliber .223 Remington/5.56 NATO
Capacity 30
Finish blued
Gun Type Rifle
Sights Adjustable Folding Combat Sights

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FN America SCAR Pricing

Used Gun
Fair Market Range $3006 - $3137
Fair Market Price $3072
MSRP $3266.9
New Gun
Price history for FN America SCAR
  • Highest Price: $3094.22 - January 7, 2019
  • Lowest Price: $2890.60 - December 26, 2018

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FN America SCAR User Reviews

Positive: 2 Mixed: 1 Negative: 1
  • 100

    This rifle is awesome!! This is the highest quality rifle I own for sure. The controls are ambidextrous and very heavy duty. The fit and finish are impeccable. In the past, I have read many reviews that thought the butt ...stock was flimsy, or the button to collapse it should not be plastic. These reviews were often years old and don't hold true today. The butt stock is quite heavy duty, while remaining light weight, and has no 'wobble' at all. In addition, the button to fold the stock is metal, not plastic. When folded, the stock locks into place very nicely while still retaining easy access to all controls, or for firing in cramped quarters. I'm sure FN changed these compnents over the years in response to end-user feedback. The stock is also adjustable for length of pull, and has an adjustable comb for getting that cheek weld just right. The sights are great, and of course fully adjustable. It may come in a cardboard box, which is kinda lame for the price, but that does not take away from the high quality product it contains. It would be nice if they included a deluxe soft case with the SCAR, and/or a couple of extra magazines. This is a five star rifle that should last any user a lifetime and then some. Highly recommended!!! You never regret buying the best. more

    February 3, 2017
    Stuart H
  • 100

    This is my fifth order with them since 2008. No complaints. After a good clean and lube, finally got the SCAR 16S to the range. 120 rounds down range with Swiss 80's surplus. No malfunctions. I believe a vertical fore gr...ip is a necessary accessory, if only to keep your fingers away from the charging handle/bolt. Accuracy was very acceptable with 1 ' groups at 100 yds from sand bags (probably more accurate than this shooter). My only complaints: 1. The sling attachment points are aluminum. Slings with steel clips will take no time at all to eat through the aluminum!!! and 2. A cardboard box for a $2500 firearm? Even $700 AR's come with a hard case! more

    September 23, 2017
    Michael A
  • 60

    January 2, 2017
    LT COL
  • 80

    Quality rifle. You get what you pay for.
    Quality rifle. Arrived timely.

    April 30, 2018
    Alex B

FN America SCAR Critic Reviews

Positive: 5 Mixed: 0 Negative: 0
  • The FN SCAR 16s: Is It Worth The Money?
    FN America SCAR it has a iron sights are actually quite good, it's got a folding front sight and rear sight that's a lot of like a Johnson light machine gun or FG42. The gas regulator has a setting for suppressed and uns...uppressed and the rear sight also has two settings just like M16 rear sight but you adjust the distance just like the FG42 or Johnson light machine gun. It also has a iron sights that actually quite nice and they fold down very well. The stock also adjustable with six positions and can fold to the side and lock that's good for a military application. more

    January 3, 2019 | Full review…
    TFB TV
  • FN SCAR 20S
    The difference between a standard Scar 17 and the Scar FN the Scar Fn 20 SSR for purpose-built precision rifles are not just lengthened carbines so this rifle is specifically tailored for long-range precision shooting. T...he main one is the lengthened receiver it's got a longer rail to put your bipod. On the rear of the rifle is a purpose-built designed SSR rear stop which is an adjustable. Very good rifle this is one of the best assault rifle because of the features of this rifle. more

    January 3, 2019 | Full review…
    Vickers Tactical
  • SCAR 16S Performance Review
    This rifle is very accurate in the range. The SCAR 16S is perfect if you need a rifle to shoot fast and accurate. The SCAR 16S handles like a dream up close and personal. It’s well balanced and almost recoil-free. The... excellent trigger reset cuts time between shots, and the short pull makes hammer pairs a breeze. The reliability of this rifle is good it's runs so smooth and zero malfuntions.he SCAR is compatible with AR15 magazines, but it is not an AR 15. Magpul Gen 2 magazines is the reason I mention this. Gen 2 Pmags could actually seriously break your SCAR if used extensively. Gen 2 PMAGs would push the bolt catch slightly upward, not enough to engage the bolt. This would cause the bolt to rub against the bolt catch until it sheared off. This has been corrected with Gen 3 magazines. more

    January 3, 2019 | Full review…
    Travis Pike
  • Gun Review: FN SCAR
    The SCAR’s muzzle brake is highly effective and this rifle is very accurate you can get a very nice group right out the box.The SCAR’s fast 1 in 7” twist barrel is optimized to stabilize heavier bullets, with longe...r bearing surfaces and a higher coefficient of drag. We didn’t shoot the pricier heavyweight bullets during the practical accuracy test, since limited quantities were available. I suspect that the barrel-clamping plastic bipod (my own shooting aid) might interfere with the harmonics of the free-floated barrel. All in all this rifle quick handling, stone-cold reliability, accuracy, and firepower; it’s all good, baby. $2,300.00, plus optics and ammo, can make you a happy man. more

    January 3, 2019 | Full review…
  • FN SCAR Review – The Most Refined Assault Rifle in the World
    The upper receiver starts out as an extruded bit of aluminum, while the polymer lower contains the fire control system and secures the magazine. There are two major subtypes. The SCAR-Light (SCAR-L) runs 5.56x45mm. The S...CAR-Heavy (SCAR-H) chambers 7.62x51mm. There were rumors of conversions allowing these guns to fire 7.62x39mm and 6.8x43mm Remington, but these variants never really made it to prime time. The SCAR-H can also be fitted with a conversion kit allowing it to run smaller 5.56x45mm rounds. The SCAR-L cannot be scaled up, however. A tricked-out SCAR is an absolute dream on the range. The controls are all easily accessible, and once properly adjusted the buttstock fits me like a second skin. Recoil is a joke, and the gun stays flat and true at reasonable assault rifle ranges. The reciprocating charging handle takes a little getting used to, but it’s not a chore. Care must be exercised, however, not to pinch your fingers between the charging handle and the Holosight. The FN SCAR 16S is the semi-auto civilian version of the SCAR-L. It’s an undeniably great rifle that is pretty crazy expensive. If you are in possession of a robust credit card you can usually find a couple right here at GunsAmerica. I bought mine at a good price at a Sheriff’s auction of seized guns, of all places. The rifle is in fine condition, but I am intrigued by the story. How someone on the wrong side of the law ended up with such a rarefied combat rifle is thought provoking to say the least. more

    January 3, 2019 | Full review…