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    Military Arms Channel Full review of the XCR

    Tim over at the Military Arms Channel has finally done a full review of the XCR-L



    And he gives it a favorable review! Hopefully this will bring more people over to Robinson Arms.
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    Still a great design, but there is room for improvement.
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    I am excited to see future vids. He said he was likely to do a XCR vs Virtus vid and multiple caliber ones. Should be cool to see.
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    Military Arms Channel Full review of the XCR

    My only real gripe with my XCR is weight and non AR trigger.

    If you e ever held an MCX, it feels significantly lighter than an XCR.


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    Funny...this post never popped up in my feed.

    I reposted it yesterday. Apologies.
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    Funny...this post never popped up in my feed.

    I reposted it yesterday. Apologies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TTEngineer View Post
    My only real gripe with my XCR is weight and non AR trigger.

    If you e ever held an MCX, it feels significantly lighter than an XCR.


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    I've got both. Similar configuration and weights are about the same. I've not handled the long barreled virtus much but the heavy profile on their barrels doesn't help in the weight department.

    I like my mcx but the xcr gives me more options. I think they're a pretty evenly matched platform, it's an uphill battle to convince the uninitiated though.
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    Would be nice if RA just offered one profile, medium. The light profile one in MAC's video looks a bit odd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fmunk View Post
    Would be nice if RA just offered one profile, medium. The light profile one in MAC's video looks a bit odd.
    I much prefer the light....makes a noticeable difference in the way it handles. Wish the shorter bbls were available in it.
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    Having multiple sized lowers is cool, I've got an L and an M. They need to come out with a H version for like 338, 300 win, super, Norma, whatever, 30-06 etc. Or just go straight for 50bmg.

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