FN has delivered a pistol-format version of the famed SCAR series to the consumer market, and we managed to lay hands on it at SHOT Show last week. 

Kind of an NFA-compliant ode to the SCAR SC, which is on the no-no list due to the Hughes Amendment (which for the record should be repealed, thanks, Ronnie), the semi-auto 5.56 chambered FN 15P is the smallest SCAR in production. At under 20 inches long, it is packable, and FN notes it "is the ideal in-vehicle or in-home defense platform." 

 

FN 15P SCAR
Announced last December just before Christmas, the company had it at their booth in Las Vegas for the big industry event and it drew lots of attention. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)
FN 15P SCAR
The overall length of the handgun, with a chrome-lined free-floating 7.5-inch barrel, is 19.75 inches, which is shorter than the SCAR SC as it doesn't have a stock to remain out of SBR territory but does have a vertical rear Picatinny rail with a QD sling cup. Note the non-reciprocating charging handle, which can be swapped left to right, and M1913 Picatinny rails at the 3, 6, 9, and 12 o’clock positions for optics and accessories. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)
FN 15P SCAR
Using the same monolithic aluminum receiver design of the SCAR family, coupled with dual ambidextrous charging handles, the weight is listed as 5.65 pounds, which is almost a pound lighter than the SC. It uses a two-position user-adjustable gas regulator, which can come in handy when using a suppressor. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)
FN SCAR SC and FN P90
At 19.75 inches from tip to butt, the FN SCAR 15P is shorter than both the 21-to-25-inch FN SCAR SC, seen here at the bottom, and the FN P90, with the latter select-fire 5.7x28mm carbine hitting the tape at 19.88 inches. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com)

 

The MSRP on the new FN SCAR 15P is $3,699. You gotta pay to look cool.

 

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