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    THE 300 Blk XCR

    Preview, just got this from Alex himself and it is sweet. Range time and more pics to follow




    Should be shipping shortly
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    Nice!!

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    Are we going back to the old style picatinny rails now? On closer look, appears to be an old lower too. Not calling bull shit exactly...but there are some questions here unless all Alex gave you was a conversion kit.
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    Alright.

    That second pic is REALLY making me reconsider. Interested in how it functions with supers, subs, and suppressed.

    Also, did I miss the post showing how to access the reg? It looks shrouded by the handguard in your pic. Cutout maybe?

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    Yes, It is accessible with a bullet tip through the vent holes in the handguard.

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    It must be fake, who would leave the A2 grip on?
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    Looks great....

    But pretty sure the OP has an in with RA and probably got a conversion. Obviously, it's not a new rifle.
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    "A thing of beauty is a joy forever."

    What's the barrel length? Is that a YHM suppressor setup? Is that bullet tip through the vent hole access as difficult as it sounds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crusoe View Post
    "A thing of beauty is a joy forever."

    What's the barrel length? Is that a YHM suppressor setup? Is that bullet tip through the vent hole access as difficult as it sounds?

    I'm a total loser b/c I haven't even shot my M, but if the dial is anything like the L, I can imagine carbon build up can make it a bear to turn. Trying to access it through a little slot port seems like it could be an issue.

    Anyone have the issue with a hard-to-turn dial on the M?
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    Mines been fine so far.
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