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FN is probably most identified with the guns that it makes for the United States military. In an effort to allow citizens to enjoy the same firearm that the military uses minus the full auto funds switch FN has introduced their military collector series. This series is made up of the three rifles they currently supply to the government.
I had a chance to shoot these guns at range day. The M4 performed just as you would have expected what was a pleasant surprise to me is how long it had been since I shot a full-sized rifle. The 20 inch M-16 was remarkably fun to shoot. The M249 was available in both the semiauto and full auto configurations for range day. If shooting these guns don’t put a smile on your face there’s something wrong.
FN 15 military collector M4 is a semiautomatic version of the M4 carbine produced for the military. It is chambered in 5.56X 45 mm, with standard military front sight and flip up rear sight. It comes to you equipped with a permanently pinned flash suppressor to get the barrel to a legal 16 inches. The accessory rail forearm includes Knights Armament rail covers and front pistol grip. As you would expect it also comes with a mil spec six position stock with two sling mounts and a pistol grip. The gun is authentic to the point of even having the UID label with QR code printed below the ejection port on the magazine well.
Next in this series is the FN 15 military collector M16 this rifle is the civilian version of the baseline military M-16. This gun is also equipped nicely with the addition of a 20 inch, alloy steel, button broached, chrome lined barrel with A2 style compensator. They have also included the fixed A2 style rifle buttstock for authenticity. You get all of the G.I. specific accessories that came with the M4, rail covers, sights and vertical foregrip.
The retail is $1749 for either rifle they are available now.
The FN M249S is the civilian version of the iconic M249 SAW that the military has been using since 1988. With the exception of firing only semiautomatic from a closed bolt it is virtually an identical rifle. It comes with a 20.5 inch cold hammer Forged, stainless steel machine gun barrel that allows for quick changes in the field. It will accept M27 linked ammunition belt or standard AR 15 magazines. With the tripod attached this beast weighs in at 17 pounds and overall length of 40.7 inches.
This gun can be yours for a mere $7999. FN is anxiously awaiting your order.