I own two 9.3x62. One, you could compare to your FN, is an Obendorf built in 1914 (family herloom). Great rifle, light and handy. No scope on it, just wonderfull. I use it with Norma Oryx 285 gr which is just perfect on medium/heavy size animals. The other one is a Sako 85, with two scopes (Meopta R2 1-6X24 for driven hunts and Africa, and Zeiss V8 1.8-14X50 for stalking) fuelled with French ammo FIP Sauvestre 251 gr (non lead with an internal hardened steel arrow). This gun/calibre/ammo is what I use 9 times out of 10 when I go hunting. I have shot wild boars, hartebeest, gemsbok, kudu, zebra etc.. with it. Most of time, one shot kill. It is a great combination for the globe trotter hunter, hunting non dangerous game, although I would use it on buffalo and big cats. But if you like shooting over 250 yards, this is not your rifle. Once again, it is a rifle for hunting and stalking medium/heavy animals more than varmint shooting.