Gear: FNH FS2000

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FNH FS2000

Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Rifles
Price: $1,500.00 - $2,000.00
Average Rating:
(7 Votes)

The FN FS2000 Tactical is a semi-auto only carbine based on the proven FN F2000 Tactical bullpup design with a 17.4" civilian-legal barrel. The FS2000 Tactical offers the user a compact, reliable and accurate firearm suitable for security, personal defense, or competition. The gas-operated system utilizes a rotating bolt lock-up and fires a wide variety of 5.56x45mm ammunition fed from readily available standard M16-style magazines. Visual verification of the chamber condition is easily performed via a hinged access port at the rear of the receiver. Fired cases are ejected through a forward port away from the operator. The FS2000 Tactical sports emergency backup iron sights and a top-mounted M1913 rail for mounting optical, electronic or laser sighting systems. An angled-face muzzle brake helps minimize recoil. The broad, well-formed buttplate and short length of pull comfortably fit most shooters. -

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    DGM, Wed, 06 Feb 2008 16:25:03 UTC.
    1st review

    This has got to be the best rifle I have ever fired. The balance is right on, and it is very accurate. I don't really have a problem with the sights as I use an Aimpoint sight or a Trijicon reflex sight on any rifle with a MIL-STD 1913 rail, but I do make sure that my rifle has accurate iron sights for when all else fails. The fact that it will accept all STANAG magazines is awesome, so if you enter or leave LE with this baby, you can switch between civilian-legal 10rd mags and LE-legal 30-round mags. This is my favorite of all rifles, and once I can spare the money, I am going to buy one. If I had to pick any 5.56 rifle in the world to bet my life on, it would be this one.


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    tincup77, Wed, 13 Feb 2008 22:59:30 UTC.

    As a member of a SWAT unit I have always used the AR-15 until recently. I purchased the FN 2000 after holding one for only 5 minutes. I love the way the oversize but stock cradles into your body and the weight is about half of what my AR-15 is. The length is another plus. We use a high carry method in SWAT bringing the weapon to your eye and not the other way around so the FN seems to be built for that technique. This weapon also chambers the spent casing until five rounds are fired and then they drop to the ground from a port on the front of the weapon. No more hot brass down your vest. Cleaning is awesome as well since the weapon can be broken down in about 20 to 30 seconds. The weapon is deadly accurate and seems to have no flaws. I love my FN!!

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    C_Repine, Sat, 23 Feb 2008 13:28:31 UTC.

    I handled one of these rifles a few months back at a local shop & it seems like it would be a very good all-around good combat rifle for both military & police applications. The only downside was the price at over 2 grand!

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    napd284, Mon, 31 Mar 2008 11:17:53 UTC.

    I have owned mine for nearly two years now ... and it is truly an awesome weapon. I have had zero malfunctions with it and trust the fact that ... I shoot the hell out of it. WARNING: Do not attempt to insert any plastic magazines into the weapon, trust me on this, you will throw up trying when you can't get it out.

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    DesertWolf1, Tue, 27 Jan 2009 23:11:21 UTC.

    Does This Weapon How Long Is It How Many Different Ammunitions does it fire Closed Range do You Have To Be To Me It Looks Like A Steyr Aug Weapon To Me And Thats One Sweet Weapon That I Had My Chance To Fire.. The Person Who Said He Owns This Weapon I Would Love To 1 See it in Action 2 shake His Hand for being able to Get ahold of a weapon like that!!!!

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    AdvancedWeapons, Mon, 09 Mar 2009 00:57:52 UTC.

    Phenominal weapon. I've owned mine for a year or so, and it has performed flawlessly. It's as easy to clean as your Glock, accurate as a glassed 700 BDL, and smaller and more efficient than your M4. I've been a rifle shooter on many levels for over 25 years, competitive, tactical, combat, and instructor, and I love this rifle! It takes a bit of training to aclimate your muscle memory, but once you're on! it proves itself comfortable and duty capable.

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    waldeck1, Thu, 30 Apr 2009 20:07:45 UTC.

    Have owned mine for around 1 year. Added a IOR 3X lighted retical tactical scope, and a QD YHM suppressor. (Yes, I did have the suppressor QD mount "pinned".) Very accurate, easy to break down, easy to clean. Same length as the 10-1/2" barreled AR platforms but with a 17" barrel. Love it. Have never....I mean, never had a feed or ejection malfunction. The magazine well does have a dust skirt incorporated in the mag well so the non-aluminum magazines will not "fit". If one really needed to they could remove the skirt and use any mag that fit AR's but I like the seal. For CQ shooting, the 3X scope works great as long as both eyes stay open. Outstanding setup for anything else. Now all I have to do is convince our departments chief RO to let me qualify with it for patrol use. IMHO, best 5.56 rifle available.

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