David Fortier gives a range report on super-accurate rifles from FNH including the extra steps FNH takes to make these rifles shoot sub-MOA groups.
WOW that is absolutely great craftsmanship, it's no wonder our military has adopted them for service, good job
This my friend is my next Rifle.
I've own an FNAR heavy for almost a year now and it has grown to be my favorite. I have a sporterized A3-03 that is free floated, glass bedded, and made by a some one that made rifles for the Coast Guard National Rifle team. I can honestly say the FNAR is just as accurate as that rifle, sub-MOA. The FNH recommends using Federal Gold Match, however, I have gotten better accuracy using Hornady A-Max match or TAP 168 gr. With Federal, by best three shot group at 100 yards was about 0.67 inches. With Hornady, it was about 0.45. I've never been able to punch holes like that before and I can consistently place most of the bullet holes touching each other.