Fortunately, wasn't my SCAR. It belonged to one of the sailors I was working with. He said they all deployed with two each in hopes one would be working. His primary had finally been turned back in and his backup, which I was shooting, had gone back four times for repair. He didn't want it to go back for good since he preferred an unreliable 7.62 to a reliable 5.56 for what he was doing. It's too bad, they shoot great, as long as you watch the charging handle. One of the guys in my office did the initial evaluation of the SCAR for the Army and despises it.