FNAr. AUtoloAdiNg riFle oWNer’S MANUAl. Important operating instructions for: . 5 3 2 4 4. lever-action firearms and rifles do not have manual “safety”. FNAR Manual – Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. FNH FN AR Owner’s Manual. This is a discussion on FNH FN AR Owner’s Manual within the FNAR forums, part of the FN Rifles & Shotguns.
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What kind of competition do they intend the rifle to be used for? I would think distance precision by its appearance, but that grouping – no way. I need to read that again because all I could think of was I love the fact you are very thorough and really examine the important things about a device. Agree with Mama Fargo – fine looking gun and love, love, love my SCAR 17 – so I was hoping to hear it was what it purports to be – and I am a little disappointed in FN hearing about this one – I have not really known them to extol a product for something it’s not but I don’t really see any holes in your argument.
Some of the things you mention I could live with but. Competition rifle – don’t care what kind – has to be accurate and have a barrel that doesn’t significantly shift POI when it heats up. Thanks for the warning. Thanks for the rant. However I have a few questions: Is it really so difficult to put sling swivels on a stock? How can the cheek weld be bad, when you have an adjustable cheek piece?
Yes this is annoying, but how many mags are needed for competition? The mags are very high quality. That’s what gunsmiths are for. A good thing it shoots clean so you don’t have to do it often. Funny, every other review raves about accuracy.
Interesting that all these groups on your example target have flyers and operator errors. Maybe the test should be done again by a competent shooter.
In 11 you suggest the barrel is too heavy, in you imply it is not heavy enough. Make up your mind Yes, few people use. So I would say it’s more a gun that has a few manua features and a nicer look, than anything serious. I’d trade my base FNAR for this gun in a second, just because I like the looks and dislike fna pistol grips. No, I wouldn’t compete with it, except for maybe the odd informal match or a hunting gun competition.
I’d just use it as it is, a bolt-gun accurate semi-auto for defense or hunting or whatever a. It is the “competition” model.
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You should not need to add these. Sling swivels are fnzr on the hunting model why not the “competition” model? First, see that sharp stabby point at the front of the check riser? Yes, I lean forward on my stocks. Second, it does not go high enough to give a good cheek weld and put your eye directly behind the optic. It needs longer standoffs.
Especially if you use a large diameter optic. True you only need a few magazines for competition. But, since FN was redesigning the gun anyway with a magwell they could have used an off the shelf magazine, such as MagPul, like everyone else does. Why reinvent the wheel?
Why force your customer to buy overpriced magazines when there are less expensive magazines of equal quality? You are paying extra already. The rifle should be squared away right out of the box. Why pay extra, then pay even more to get what you want. Might as well just build a rifle from scratch and get what you want up front amnual of modifying an incomplete rifle. And explain to me how you are going to gunsmith the bolt release back inches? That I would like to see. And what did it cost you.
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Ah yes, not cleaning your gun is great for accuracy and reliability. Just want you want in a competition gun.
This is hunting accurate, not competition accurate. Funny, I did not see you there at the range when I tested this rifle.
Funny, didn’t realize we know each other and have seen each other shoot. I’m not as bad as you think I am. Why do you discount flyers? Sounds like you cherry pick your data. Why do you assume operator error? A competition gun should do this especially to the extent you see here. This is what the rifle actually did. The groups opened and closed with the temperature of the barrel just fnag a hunting rifle does. No, you infer that I implied the barrel is not heavy enough.
Never said the barrel wasn’t heavy enough. And the rifle actually is unbalanced. To address your final paragraph, the fact you won’t but the FNAR “competition” head tnar head in a real competition of accuracy tells me I’m not far off the mark. Therefore I stand by my opinion.
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And yes, it is my opinion. I call them as I see them based on MY experience. It should be squared away out of the box and it is not. No one pays me for reviews. No one sends me product to review. I can only review products I have purchased with my own money. So if a product sucks I will say so. How many negative reviews of guns have you seen by the big time publishers? Rarely do you see a negative review by the YouTube reviewers as well.
They are a bit more honest than the longtime mainstream guys, but not by much. Hope I satisfied your questions. Glad you are happy with your FNAR.
To me it is still an overpriced, sexed up hunting rifle not ready for competition. This is a fine, exact review. I have read similar comments elsewhere. Now to the fine points. Accuracy is subjective and depends on many factors not the least of which is the ammunition used for a specific purpose. I may have missed it but I saw no mention of what ammo was used. Match grade, weight grain, FMJ boat-tail, or even if. For all anyone knows you used White Box Winchester. Secondly, your description of the rugged quality, fit and finish is correct.
I just saw mine in jail at the moment read California at my local gun store. It seems to be a competent design and upgrade from the BAR. All the nitpicking about location of this or that or even the ridiculous small picatinny on the front is just subjective and borders on a rant.
Did FNH misname the rifle. Is it just a sexed up BAR: Will it do the maunal with a caliber that has almost instantaneous knock-down power? The current rage about mwnual 6. Besides, for us in a state that has transformed the AR platform into a silly joke, unsafe, hard to use, and just plain ugly, this is a welcome addition. An AR 15 is always referred to as a POS by those who rely on it for survival in the field and should have been designed as a manaul mm even a.
It’s similarity to an AR 10 stops after format: Any AR 10 in military service is designed to penetrate concrete, door manuall, car metal, sniper work in a bolt gun, etc. The AR 10 is a beast that keeps on giving The AR 10 requires a firm hold, possibly a muzzle brake for those who are a bit recoil shy especially with age and they are stacking up in LGS’ out here like old Mosin-Nagants on consignment.
I may never hunt again, or will do so with a. For overall enjoyment and some near precision work out to yards, note I’m not driving halfway to L.
This is probably not the right gun for that