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SCAR 17s: Review with Accuracy Report

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by sturmgewehr, Jan 31, 2011.

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  1. sturmgewehr

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    Nice ....
     
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    I want one, come on lottery!
     
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    Great video. I'm a subscriber to your channel.

    It's a good thing that I can't even remotely get to the SCAR 17H price point or i would somehow manage a way to have one. nice review.
     
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    Thanks Sappyg.

    The biggest complaint I have about the 17s is the lack of magazines. You simply can't find them right now. I have them on order with two places and I've told my dealer to grab all they can and I'll buy them. But here I sit with one magazine, the one that shipped with the rifle new.

    Frustrating! Especially with Obama's pending "reasonable gun laws" speech coming later this week.
     
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    I'll have to watch the review when I get home. Perhaps it's covered in there, but does the SCAR 17 feature a gas cut-off (for rifled grenades and so forth) like an FAL or M-14 does? I really appreciate this feature for shooting reduced cast-bullet plinking loads.
     
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    Whats the total weight of the rifle fully loaded?
     
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