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Caliber: 5.56mm NATO
Overall Length: 35.8”
Length w/Stock Folded: 27.1”
Barrel Length: 16”
Rifling Twist: 1:7”
Action: Semi-Auto, Gas Operated piston, Rotating Bolt
Magazine: AR-15 style (STANAG) Magazines
Rails: Alloy Quad Rail tactical forend
We are attaching an EOTech XPS2 holographic Sight to the weapon.
Gears of guns recently added a few new guns to our collection, one of which is the FN-H FS2000.
We have been familiarizing by taking the weapon apart and putting it back together and add a laser and holographic scope.
We are taking the weapons out this weekend to get them sighted in.
Field Stripping The FS2000
The rifle is easy to field strip without use of any tools.
Cleaning the gun is just as easy.
The gun only uses metal magazines in 30 rounds or 10 round magazine with an extended bottom plate.
Caliber: .223 Remington/5.56x45mm NATO
Barrel length: 17.44″ barrel chrome lined hammer forged with muzzle brake
Rifling: 1:7″ RH twist
Magazine: 30 round metal magazine
Action: Semi Auto, Gas operated rotating bolt
SIZE: 10.2″ tall, 3.20″ wide.
Overall length: 29.29″
Weight: 7.58 lbs. (unloaded)
Effective range: 500 m
Single stage trigger
Pivoting manual safety switch in trigger guard
Left side cocking knob
Ambidextrous bottom mounted magazine release
Right side forward fired case ejection
Rear hinged polymer cover for chamber condition verification
Integrated MIL-STD 1913 mounting rail
Emergency backup folding iron sights
Matte black finish on all exposed metal surfaces
Ambidextrous olive drab synthetic thumbhole stock
Molded in sling attachment point on stock
oem software downloads
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I know this video has been out awhile and the .300 blackout isn’t anything “new” but still a cool video.