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    R/A XCR-M Action wobble?

    Any wobbling in the action between the upper and the lower? On the the New XCR-M's? Just curious...as I did see a video of one. If any of you lucky ones can chime in before I order one? $2,400.00 is quite a chunk of change and the economy is still hurting.

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    Re: R/A XCR-M Action wobble?

    There is a bit of wobble between the upper and lower. It's not outside of the norm for this type of rifle, on mine. I had a DPMS LR308 that had far more wobble between the upper and lower. It's actually easy to get rid of with a small washer in the front pin, I saw a video of a guy using it on youtube and did the same, problem solved.

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    Re: R/A XCR-M Action wobble?

    Quote Originally Posted by BADDFROGG View Post
    Any wobbling in the action between the upper and the lower? On the the New XCR-M's? Just curious...as I did see a video of one. If any of you lucky ones can chime in before I order one? ,400.00 is quite a chunk of change and the economy is still hurting.
    I agree, $2,400. in todays economy is nuts.

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    Re: R/A XCR-M Action wobble?

    Ya, it's expensive.....but compared to everyone else's .308 piston offerings....it's completely in line....and is actually cheaper than the REPR or SCAR-H.
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    Re: R/A XCR-M Action wobble?

    I got mine for 2100, and it's the best "battle rifle" I've owned,I even like it more than the Imbel FAL.

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    Re: R/A XCR-M Action wobble?

    Thanks for the input. I'm not really worried about alittle movement. Thanks for the quick fix. A good friend of mine just ordered the DRD Tactical a .308 and it is easy to break-down. But costs $ 5,800.00... Ouch, and he had to pay half down. Grabagun has a much better price. Looks pretty cool. I agree the Rob XCR-M is priced fairly. That $2,100.00 price is great. Now looking at the Colt 901. They run $1,800.00 to $2,300.00 in .308.

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