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    Quote Originally Posted by 1redgmc View Post
    Tracking says now sitting at post office in Purcellville, VA

    ugh, c'mon USPS!

    I got mine! and wasted no time putting it on. I'm just amazed such a part can be created in a small batch like this.

    Bently, how have you been? Still working on the mountain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by va_plinker View Post
    I got mine! and wasted no time putting it on. I'm just amazed such a part can be created in a small batch like this.

    Bently, how have you been? Still working on the mountain?
    Yes sir, still there. It pays the bills! We need to catch the cove when the weather breaks. Roy moved up to the Baltimore area. He's doing well also. I'll tell him I caught up with you.

    So here are my observations. Let me start by saying these are NOT complaints, just how mine is...

    Overall fit is ok. I'll say acceptable - because I hated the skeleton stock so much and love the ACR stock. Top of adapter does not line up well with receiver (0.5mm low) and stock seems to be offset 1mm to one side (left). The screws that came with the adapter only allow one thread to catch when swapping over the sling mount. OEM screws too long to use. I'll have to get some new ones. Folding the stock does not allow unobstructed trigger access. I doubt I'd ever shoot like that anyway.

    Finish is high quality but fitment on "MY" XCR is not the greatest.. Regardless, I consider it a winner and commend both leemajors and navalbeaver for their respective excellent customer service. I am quite pleased with the final product and end result..

    Thank you.

    I'll post pics later
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    Mine aligns perfectly. Don't know what the deal could be since I didn't notice any play.

    yes, the screws are too short, but I was able to crank the OEM screws in there. They are long, but the stock closed fine.

    I can get to the trigger just fine, you must be using the wrong hand. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by va_plinker View Post
    Mine aligns perfectly. Don't know what the deal could be since I didn't notice any play.

    yes, the screws are too short, but I was able to crank the OEM screws in there. They are long, but the stock closed fine.

    I can get to the trigger just fine, you must be using the wrong hand. ;-)
    Probably manufacturing variances, or just differences between the generations. He mentioned tube stock, so it must be a fairly old one. As for obstruction when folded, was the stock extended or fully collapsed?
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    There should be THAT much variance in the 4-axis... it's possible, but I'd have to see it.

    You can see in the pictures that I took that it does cover the trigger when collapsed, but you can still hold it fully with your hand, the stock simply pushes out slightly and rests up against your hand. Of course you wouldn't want to shoot it for any length of time in that position, but you still could.

    Glad you guys are liking it!

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    Other than the stock being off-center about 0.5mm, I haven't noticed any issues. Fitment on L & M was tight.

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    Got mine! Very well made with rounded edges, comes with bolts, etc, etc.

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    What bolts? There were none with mine. What are they supposed to be used for?

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    He's talking about the screws that hold the sling loop on. Glad you like it, EC!

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    Quote Originally Posted by trebor View Post
    What bolts? There were none with mine. What are they supposed to be used for?
    look up what a "bolt" is

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