FN SCAR 15P VPR 5.56mm Semi-Auto Pistol

$2,899.00 - $3,249.00
(3 reviews)
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The FN SCAR® 15P in 5.56x45mm is the benchmark for reliability and versatility from a light recoiling, piston-driven platform, now configured in an ultra-compact pistol. This enduring platform enables all shooting positions, locking in any grip on the upper receiver under fire, a 7.5” barrel delivers unmatched maneuverability.


  • Non-reciprocating bolt carrier assembly enables all shooting positions, charging handles double as hand stops
  • Premium, zippered case for discreet transport
  • Short-stroke gas piston
  • Hard-anodized monolithic aluminum
  • MIL-STD-1913 accessory rails at 4 positions
  • Vertical picatinny rail with sling QD cup
  • 7.5” hammer-forged, chrome-lined, free-floating barrel, with 3-prong flash hider
  • Dual, ambidextrous charging handles remain static under fire, user swappable left/right
  • Ambidextrous safety lever and magazine release


  • CALIBER: 5.56x45mm
  • OPERATION: Short-stroke gas piston
  • MAG CAPACITY: 30 Round.
  • WEIGHT: 5.65 lb.
  • OVERALL LENGTH: 19.75"


  • 5
    Best value for performance

    Posted by Albert Solis on 10th Feb 2024

    Reliable function for such a short barrel. Great saving with SC stock package.

  • 5
    Excellent, Great Price

    Posted by Umberto on 9th Feb 2024

    Awesome, no malfunctions, soft recoil, fun! I purchased this 15P with the hard to find stock at a great price. Wating for my Form1 to come in.

  • 5
    SCAR 15P

    Posted by Moe on 27th Jan 2024

    Besides the usual solid service and great price from AU, this was an impulse by that I actually don't regret. Sure, the price tag on what others would argue is an inferior 556 barrel length is a bit steep; but I'm a desktop commando and for home defense and range time i'm sure it will perform just fine. I have a SCAR 16 and 17 in FDE but this 15P I preferred in Black. Fit and finish is solid and makes it easier to accept the premium price. Sure, there are other 556 pistols out there that are more affordable but if you can afford it, I wouldn't hesitate.