I picked up a 10FP-LE2 earlier this fall. This is one of the 'Law Enforcement' aka tactical models, in .308 Winchester, w/ a 26" barrel.
About the biggest difference btwn this and the 12FV is that I got an extra sling stud on the forearm of the same cheezy stock, and my bolt is 'blacked out' rather than the normal polished/chromed/whatever finish. That, and about $40 or so.
I got the 10FP-LE2 since I wanted to have a simple, basic .308 rifle for the various fun and tactical matches, as well as hunting, w/o spending an arm, leg, and left testicle to do so (already did for my match rifles!)
So far it shoots pretty nice, the trigger is adjusted all the way down as light as it will go to 2.5#, etc. etc. Barrel is a little weird if you look down it w/ a borescope, but it shoots, which is what counts to me. The stock is an utter disappointment, as it contacts the barrel along one side, and flexes in the barrel channel If I grip the pistol grip and twist even moderately. The Bell & Carlson Duramax stocks are probably the next step up, at about $90-125 depending on finish pattern, and then the Stockade Gun stocks. Same thing sold thru Brownell's, Lock Stock & Barrel, and Sharp Shooter Supply. Brownell's charges an awful lot for a Out of The Mold (OTM) version that needs some bondo and sanding; LS&B is about the cheapest place to get one. The 'WoodChuck', which is what SSS calls a 'Varmint/Tactical', appears to be pretty close to Remington's Varmint Synthetic stock in proportion, and starts at $135 unfinished, and you can get whatever LOP you want (important to me @ 6'5") w/ a 1/2" or 1" recoil pad. Probably my next fall/winter project right there: some bondo, some sanding, and then some Krylon ultra flat camo paint in khaki.