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FN Scar-L Mod

The FN Scar-L is a powerful assault rifle in GTA 5 that is great for medium to long-range combat.

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FN Scar-L

FN Scar-L Weapon Mod for GTA 5


The FN Scar-L is a weapon mod for GTA 5 that allows players to use a realistic version of the FN SCAR-L assault rifle. This mod is designed to give players a more realistic experience with the weapon, as it comes with realistic sound and visuals, and a variety of attachments to customize the weapon.


  • Realistic sound and visuals
  • Variety of attachments to customize the weapon
  • Compatible with other weapon mods


  1. Download the mod from our website.
  2. Install the mod by following the instructions provided.
  3. Launch GTA 5 and select the “Mods” option from the main menu.
  4. Select the FN Scar-L mod from the list of available mods.
  5. Once the mod is installed, select the “Play” option from the main menu.
  6. Select the character you want to use and enter the game world.
  7. Look for the FN Scar-L weapon in your inventory or purchase it from a gun shop.
  8. Equip the FN Scar-L weapon and use it to engage enemies.


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The FN Scar-L mod for GTA V is a great addition to the game. It adds a realistic military feel and is easy to use. It’s a great way to make the game more immersive and enjoyable.
I love using the FN Scar-L weapon when I play GTA V. It’s a powerful, reliable weapon that has a lot of stopping power and is easy to control. It’s a great choice for most missions and I use it often.
I’ve been using the GTA 5 FN Scar-L weapon for a few months now, and it’s been great! It’s easy to use and has no issues. I highly recommend it!

Mod Information

Game: Grand Theft Auto V
Language: English
License: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
OS Requirement: Windows 7, 8, 10, 11+
Last update: 9 day(s) ago


Patch v1.7

  • Increased accuracy when aiming down sights.
  • Reduced recoil when firing in rapid succession.
  • Added a new attachment to the weapon, the ACOG scope.

Patch v1.6

  • Increased damage output.
  • Decreased reload time.
  • Added a suppressor attachment.

Patch v1.5

  • Increased the rate of fire.
  • Increased the magazine size.
  • Added a red dot sight attachment.

Patch v1.4

  • Increased bullet velocity.
  • Reduced sway when aiming.
  • Added a laser sight attachment.

Patch v1.3

  • Increased range.
  • Decreased muzzle flash.
  • Added an extended magazine attachment.

Patch v1.2

  • Increased accuracy.
  • Decreased recoil.
  • Added a grip attachment.

Patch v1.1

  • Increased fire rate.
  • Reduced reload time.
  • Added a compensator attachment.

Initial Release

  • Added FN Scar-L weapon to GTA V.
  • Comes with default iron sights.
  • Can be purchased from Ammu-Nation.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the FN Scar-L?

The FN Scar-L is a fully automatic assault rifle featured in the popular video game Grand Theft Auto 5. It is based on the real-life FN SCAR-L assault rifle, manufactured by FN Herstal.

Where can I find the FN Scar-L?

The FN Scar-L can be found in Ammu-Nation stores, which are scattered throughout the world of Grand Theft Auto 5. It can also be purchased from various online sources.

How much does the FN Scar-L cost?

The FN Scar-L costs $12,000 in-game. It is one of the more expensive weapons in the game, so make sure to save up if you want to buy it.

What is the rate of fire for the FN Scar-L?

The FN Scar-L has a rate of fire of 900 rounds per minute, making it one of the fastest-firing weapons in the game.

What type of ammo does the FN Scar-L use?

The FN Scar-L uses 5.56mm rounds, which can be found in various locations throughout the game world.

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