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    Looking for info on XCR-L serial numbers, just want to figure out when a rifle was made.

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    Welcome. There's no definitive guide on serial numbers and production dates. However, Navalbeaver did make a pretty good one: https://www.xcrforum.com/forum/15-fi...s-options.html
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    Give us everything but the last 2 and we can give you an decent guess. Pics would help too

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    Quote Originally Posted by navalbeaver View Post
    Give us everything but the last 2 and we can give you an decent guess. Pics would help too
    No Nate, you're supposed to pull it from your ass and tell him what he wants to know.

    This isn't AR15.com

    Hard to believe, but garbage in, garbage out. The info you've given is nothing but garbarge (kind of like asking us for your dick size without pics and something in it for scale of size, and please note, no care to see your dick LOL).

    Why not ask Alexa?

    But, hey, WELCOME to the forum!

    PS. I'm really not that bad, read my signature line...

    Sorry, just not going to be nice when you did a bonehead move to just to try and get you to post more.

    Place is really good for info though... As noted by Nate (navalbeaver), serial number and pics would help. The issue is the serial number is not "definitive" per RA's stock on the serial numbered reciever, as well as some owners upgrade their rifles, which can be decieving when the rifle was actually made. Hopefully my last paragraph wasn't too smart ass for you per the rest of my post.
    Last edited by Sig; 06-17-2019 at 02:25 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sig View Post
    No Nate, you're supposed to pull it from your ass and tell him what he wants to know.

    This isn't AR15.com

    Hard to believe, but garbage in, garbage out. The info you've given is nothing but garbarge (kind of like asking us for your dick size without pics and something in it for scale of size, and please note, no care to see your dick LOL).

    Why not ask Alexa?

    But, hey, WELCOME to the forum!

    PS. I'm really not that bad, read my signature line...

    Sorry, just not going to be nice when you did a bonehead move to just to try and get you to post more.

    Place is really good for info though... As noted by Nate (navalbeaver), serial number and pics would help. The issue is the serial number is not "definitive" per RA's stock on the serial numbered reciever, as well as some owners upgrade their rifles, which can be decieving when the rifle was actually made. Hopefully my last paragraph wasn't too smart ass for you per the rest of my post.
    Give the guy a break...he's new to the platform and new to the site. If he'd come on here with some egregious political views, I can see the vitriol but for a simple question like this one...I just don't see it being warranted.
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