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    Damn, Bravo. You will be eating metal (XCR metal) soon instead of peanut butter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WatchingTime View Post
    Rifle is Black, XCR-L 5.56mm. I will have to ask Kermit on the twist rate, I do not recall what I received. I can post picks in the next 24 hours. Please keep in mind that I will make a determination on parting this rifle out on SUNDAY, MARCH 24, and I reserve the right to sell this rifle whole, and save myself the trouble of making a dozen or more trips to the post office. I have received a lot of PM's, so clearly the need for parts and pieces is alive and well for the XCR. Thank you for your interest, and stay tuned.
    Twist rate is engraved on bbl right after caliber. Is your bbl heavy or light contour?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wombat338 View Post
    Twist rate is engraved on bbl right after caliber. Is your bbl heavy or light contour?
    1/9 twist, light contour I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crusoe View Post
    How much for the whole rifle?
    Update 3/18/13: I would prefer to sell this rifle outright at $1975.00, and I'll pay ground shipping to buyer's FFL destination (except AK, HI - just PM me to discuss). If no one steps up, then I will more than likely strip and ship this new, fired 125 times, black, 2013 XCR-L 1/9 twist rifle with all the latest upgrades, including the new gas system, trigger group and F.A.S.T. stock... IF it makes monetary sense. My career has me short on time, and making a few extra bucks to strip and ship is not my first choice, but it is an option on the table if a buyer for the whole rifle does not step up in a reasonable time frame.

    I would suggest the forum members continue to throw their "wants and needs" for parts and pieces to me, since this is the list I will work from in the event the rifle gets parted out.

    Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.

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    Rifle has been SOLD. Thank you for your potential interest.

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