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Old 05-07-2009, 11:26 PM   #1
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Default FNH F2000 standard

Maybe this has been out for a while but i recently discovered it.
The standard F2000 with the integral scope without the rails has been released for the civilian market.

I think it looks a lot better than the FS2000 tactical








FNH USA F2000™ Standard 5.56x45mm NATO Rifle : Semi-auto at GunBroker.com

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Old 05-08-2009, 08:00 PM   #2
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Thanks for the pics....

The weapon is alright. It's not anything that I am dying to have, but if there was one lying there post Zombie Battle, I might swipe it for a Just in Case.

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Thanks for the pics. Now I have something else to add on my list of 'cool weapons' to buy in the coming years.

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Zombies?! Screw that, give me an M60, an AK, an AR, and a M1911A1 and I'll be good.

However, I will admit this would be a good rifle to use to take care of the raiders during the zombie apocalypse.

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Man that gun is sweet. But it's like I'm a dog and you're dangling a piece of liver in front of my face, only to snatch it away, because it would be a long time before I could afford something that decent, much less a 1911, AK, or M4. On a side note, I'm glad everyone here wants to prepare for the inevitable Zombie Outbreak. Maybe some of y'all can protect my broke ass.

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I recently got one of these. Its a temperamental thing but is fun to shoot.

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I've been wanting one of them for a while. Some day I might break down and buy one.

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Looks like a movie prop to me. Would love to try it at the range though.

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Just added a Eotech Scope to it. Better angle.

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That's a sharp looking rifle.

Reminds me of something a colonial marine might carry (cool points goes to whomever guesses the movie).

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thats a pretty space age rifle, what does a plain jane model go for?

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