The VFC FN Herstal SCAR-H MK17 CQC Airsoft Rifle is a premium high-end rifle for the operator looking to fire the best of the best. This rifle is tuned to have a shot velocity of 400 FPS using 0.20g BBs making it perfect for field play. The gun has flip-up adjustable SCAR front and rear iron sights. The Mil-standard 1913 picatinny RIS rail interface system lets you mount accessories such as lights, lasers, grips, and more. The unique stock is made from durable polymer and is side-folding, adjustable for length, and comes with a cheek riser. Internally, this rifle features a 7.4v Lipo-ready VFC Gearbox with 8mm Bearings and a 380mm 6.04mm inner barrel for long distance precision shooting. The Heavy variant simulates the 7.62mm real-steel magazine and holds 500 bbs for outlasting the competition in extended firefights.
400 FPS with 0.20g BBs
Hi-Capacity 500 BB Magazine
Unique Serial Number
340mm Long, 6.04mm Inner Diameter Inner Barrel
Die Cast CNC Machined Gearbox with 8mm Steel Bushings
30,000 RPM High Speed Motor
13" Metal Outer Barrel
Flip-up front & rear sight
CNC Picatinny/Weaver Rail System
Functional Bolt Catch System
Folding Stock with adjustable length and cheek riser
The vfc scar h is a all around good gun. But there are some cons that really take away form the guns usability. USAirsoft on youtube
First is its range, the range on the gun is very good out of the box, allowing me to really reach out and touch some people, (180 - 200 ft). The next pro is the feel, I like the way it feels holding it. The weight is heavy but its balanced right at the receiver and makes it feel lighter. The next pro is more one for me but used the scar h in just about all of my favorite games.
Next there is the cons on the gun. First is the mag. The mag feeds fine but I bought the gun not knowing that mid caps would cost $30 for one, that's a little steep for me. The next con is the grip, the pistol grip is not compatible with other m4 pistol grips and the edges of the lower around your hand are sharp and have cut me this really bugs me. Ben
Mar 5th 2015