FN Model 30-11
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|FN Model 30-11|
|Place of origin||Belgium|
|Manufacturer||Fabrique Nationale de Herstal|
|Weight||4.85 kg (10.7 lb) empty, without scope or bipod|
|Length||1,117 mm (44.0 in)
barrel 502 mm (19.8 in)
|Rate of fire||Single|
|Muzzle velocity||850 m/s (2,789 ft/s)|
|Feed system||5-round internal magazine|
Derived from the FN Model 30, based on the Mauser action dating to the G98, with three-piece bolt and a five-round magazine. The trigger and stock are both adjustable, the stock by means of butt spacers. The furniture is wood. The rifle features a flash hider, as well as a standard rear-folding bipod (same as the FN MAG). The standard sights are micrometer-adjustable iron, but the usual fitting is an Anschütz four-power 28 mm (1.1 in) telescope; a nightscope can be fitted, if desired.
No longer manufactured by FN, the Model 30-11 remains in service with Belgian police and military, as well as military forces in several countries.
- Janes Military Review Fourth Year of Issue, ISBN 0-7106-0334-7, Published 4/1/1985
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