The Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle (SCAR) is a modular rifle made by FN Herstal (FNH) for the United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM). Designed during the SCAR competition with the aim to replace the M4 Carbine, there is much still not known about the FN SCAR Family of Weapons. In this video, Matt Jacques dispels the myths and walks you through the performance and contract requirements, comparisons between the SCAR-L (Light), SCAR-H (Heavy), MK20, PDW, and their nomenclature, disassembly and reassembly, maintenance, configurations and accessories.
Matt is a retired police officer and a Marine Corps veteran. He served with two Virginia law enforcement agencies as well as a Special Deputy of the U. S. Marshal Capital Area Fugitive Task Force for the Washington D.C area. After his retirement, Matt worked as the Senior Manager of Assault Weapons for FNH USA. He managed the FN SPR Precision Rifle program; FN Belt fed Weapons section and the SCAR program. Matt was tasked with the user evaluations and teaching the New Equipment Training (NET) for SOCOM and the SCAR family of weapons.
Matt left FNH USA in 2006 and returned to training Law Enforcement, this time within the ranks of the Federal Law Enforcement community within the Washington DC area. Today Matt trains both law enforcement personnel and civilians under his company, Victory First.
Whether you have shot a SCAR in the military, own one personally, or are considering adding one to your collection, this is a must have video.