FNAR

AcronymDefinition
FNARFor No Apparent Reason
FNARFirst North American Rights (publishing)
FNARFinancial Need Analysis Report
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The alloy FNAR receiver has a M1913 rail for fitting optical sights.
The FNAR buttstock can be readily adjusted to fit the shooter.
FNAR magazines have steel sheet metal bodies, polymer followers and aluminum floorplates.
A precision rifle with the accuracy potential of the FNAR must be interfaced with the highest quality optical sight available to maximize its capabilities.
Like the Browning BAR, all parts of the FNAR are made in Belgium and then shipped to a Browning facility in Viana, Portugal, for assembly.
The FNAR is also offered in a 20" heavy contour barrel configuration adding about a pound to the overall weight.
Package 2--To be eligible for the purchase of one black SCAR 16S carbine, dealers must purchase two FNAR rifles (SKUs 3108929100 or 3108929250); two FS 2000 Standard carbines (SKU 3835980240); and any two PS 90 carbines in stock.
As to the FNAR promotion, this gun is new to our line and we want to spread the word.
FNH USA has an impressive stable of tactical rifles, including the new FNAR.
FNARS is a nationwide High Frequency (HF) radio network that provides backup communications when other systems are compromised.
1) CEEP, France FAPIL, FNSEM, FEHAP, FHF, FNARS, USH, MFP, MGEN, MSA, PACT-ARIM, FNMF, UNCCAS and UNIOPSS
Finally, in a sector marked by multiple divisions, both ideological and regarding the status and diversity of missions, there appears to be a new determination to forge ahead, to "not simply benefit from exclusions (but also) establish a positive definition of precisely what constitutes a social service", according to Nicole Maestracci of the FNARS.