Weapons of Choice

Arthur Brooks’ fascination with guns did not come naturally. He introduced himself to the world of firearms because he wanted to start SPS Shooting. However, the more he started to learn about shooting, the more he loved it. This may be one of the reasons for the success of SPS Shooting.

Brooks claims to own 18 guns, but no one knows how much more he will have in the future. With the number of guns he already owns, which is Arthur Brooks’ favorite?  If you have met him personally, you’ll know that he is especially fond of two— FN’s SCAR-16 and FNS-9C. They are his go-to outdoor weapons and compact carry guns. If you want to know the details of these guns, please take a look at the information below.


This firearm is the only semi-auto version of the U.S. special operators’ new service rifle. The gun’s advantage is its lightness, quick shooting, and fast-handling features. It is chambered in a 5.56 x 45 mm and offers a cold hammer-forged and free-floating MIL-SPEC barrel that is chromed-lined. The operating control can fully adapt both the left and right hand of the shooter and at any shooting position. It also has a side-folding polymer stock, adjustable cheekpiece, telescoping, and an A2-style pistol grip. It is available in two colors– matte black and the flat dark earth.

FNS – 9 Compact

The FNS-9C is part of the FN-FNS pistol series of semi-automatic, polymer framed pistols manufactured by the famous gun manufacturer FN USA. It offers the same features as other standard models but has also a 3.6” barrel. It is designed to be snag-free for better concealment and faster draw. The FNS-9C’s front sight has also a larger dot for faster target acquisition. It comes with two 12-round one 17-round magazine or three 10-round magazines.

There’s no longer any doubt about Arthur Brooks’ fascination with guns.  He equally cares for all his firearms and wields them well. If you are to ask, he can go shooting with any of this collection. How about you? Do you have a favorite gun? If so, share them in the comment section below.