I've owned my XCR for nearly 3 years (one of the earlier models).Phelan said:
Are you sure that you owned an XCR? From both of your posts in this thread, you are 100% wrong. More parts? Less accuracy? Clueless fits you good.MrNuke7571 said:
MrNuke7571 said:If you're thinking of AR type, seriously look at a Robinson Arms XCR. had a chance to shoot one at the range few weeks ago and want one since..
Less muzzlerise than an AR, piston based not dirty as an AR, less heat inside the receiver than the AR, and overall felt better on target. LOT easier to fieldstrip than an AR.
I sure will be getting one when I can before the ban hits.
Pathetic.MrNuke7571 said:I had an XCR on order when they came out for a LONG time, then after getting charged 2x and lied to my face for 8 weeks after it 'shipped' per RobArms, I canceled it and told them to shove it.
Afterwards I held one and shot one at the range and I don't really like the weight of it. It is a chunk of milled metal basically. Way heavier than my AR's. Not saying they are not good or reliable, but I passed on them.
On the other hand, I shot a Sig 556 and I was impressed. With some new aesthetics like a handguard, it would make a sweet piston operated rifle. Highly accurate , little recoil and not too expensive. I might get one in the future when I get tired of my other rifles.