Matt from Evike takes a look at the Cybergun FN Herstal SCAR-L AEG and it’s features.
The Special Operation Forces Combat Assault Rifle (SCAR) was developed by Belgian arms manufacturer FN Herstal (FNH) as a reliable, low maintenance, modular combat rifle for the United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) to replace the tried and true M4A1 carbine used by Special Forces units across various branches of the US Military.
The FN SCAR features ambidextrous controls such as an ambi selector (though this particular replica does not have this feature) and mag release as well as a reversible charging handle allowing the operator to configure the rifle to their preference. The one piece upper receiver features an uninterrupted Picatinny top rail with two removable side rails and a bottom rail to mount any MIL-STD-1913/Picatinny accessories. The high strength polymer lower receiver helps cut down on the over-all weight of the rifle while still maintaining most of the controls of the already familiar M4/M16 system. The telescoping, folding stock allows the rifle to be fully adjustable for length of pull to accommodate any operator. With the stock folded, the SCAR offers a significantly lower profile than even the M4A1 allowing for easy storage and transportation.
This Cybergun licensed SCAR-L features a metal upper receiver, much like the real rifle with a full length 20mm M1913 Picatinny top rail for optics and accessories.