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Thread: FN FNAR Competition 7.62x51mm 20" Non-Restricted

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    Exclamation FN FNAR Competition 7.62x51mm 20" Non-Restricted

    SKU#: 3108929263. MSRP$2143.70.

    Comes with one 5/10 round magazine.

    These are last remaining stock from FN.













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    This is the most accurate NR rifle available. This rifle mounted with a top shelf optic is a sub MOA rifle and occasionaly a sub .75 MOA with a tailored load.

    Canada is an ok place to live. / Ontario is a good place to live. / France is a tasty place to live. / Québec is home. / New Hampshire is paradise. /


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    Quote Originally Posted by caramel View Post
    This is the most accurate NR rifle available. This rifle mounted with a top shelf optic is a sub MOA rifle and occasionaly a sub .75 MOA with a tailored load.

    Hey Caramel! I used to have a standard FNAR and it was really finicky with how it was held/rested. POI and group size were highly affected by where the stock was on a bag or pressure on bipods. Do you find the laminate version is less affected by such things?

    Cheers!

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    Eh fellow fn shooter so yours is a shooter.....if you don’t mind me asking what’s you load ......I have one ....but it’s a bit of a son of a donkeys ass ...and thought of trading mine in for a new one ...I bought mine second hand from a guy on here he was the original owner... I did a #### load of testing ..got some nice 3 shot groups ...but the 4th and 5th started to open up ...so just wondering about yours.
    Thanks davide
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    Quote Originally Posted by megahurts View Post
    Hey Caramel! I used to have a standard FNAR and it was really finicky with how it was held/rested. POI and group size were highly affected by where the stock was on a bag or pressure on bipods. Do you find the laminate version is less affected by such things?

    Cheers!
    This is the easiest shooting 308 rifle i own, after finding a winning reload this rifle is ticking like a clock.

    It never been affected by those things, this stock is bedded to perfection.
    Canada is an ok place to live. / Ontario is a good place to live. / France is a tasty place to live. / Québec is home. / New Hampshire is paradise. /


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    Here you go try this load, rifle are individual but look at the result and the repetability is there if you are consistant with your recipe.

    Canada is an ok place to live. / Ontario is a good place to live. / France is a tasty place to live. / Québec is home. / New Hampshire is paradise. /


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    Ok thanks .....I think I spoke to you on the fnh form ?.?that target looks similar....
    Cheers davide
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    Some good shooting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caramel View Post
    Here you go try this load, rifle are individual but look at the result and the repetability is there if you are consistant with your recipe.

    It is not written on the target but it's very important to use small base dye.
    Canada is an ok place to live. / Ontario is a good place to live. / France is a tasty place to live. / Québec is home. / New Hampshire is paradise. /


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    That rifle is sexy!!!
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