Last weekend I was at the range zeroing an ACOG that I put a LaRue mount on and I learned that one of the regulars bought the new FN M249S.
I was amazed by the trigger on it. Smooth and light. I was also surprised to see that the barrels came with KAC NT4 suppressor mounts.
It’s owner really liked it, and it was running great. While I think the M249S is ridiculously expensive, it is cool that they are available for sale.
Today I got to try shooting a .308 FN SCAR. Recoil was pleasant in that light rifle. Sight picture similar to an AR15s, the rear sight resembling a KAC 2-600m rear sight.
Much to my surprise, the owner of the rifle (new out of the box) was not on paper at 100 yards. When he set up a target at 25 meters we had to nearly bottom out the front sight to get it to zero. Once zeroed, the owner of the rifle had no other issues with it.
Any one else have any issues zeroing the FN SCAR?