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I'm probably the last guy to figure this out :duh:, but this tool is a great companion to keep with your XCR. I'm sure they can be found just about everywhere, but this one was $5 at Lowes.



It has every hex size for the XCR including the 1/4" for the barrel bolt. The only thing missing is a wrench for the ejector bolts.

I finally got tired of digging through my bag of old school hex wrenches looking for the right one.
 

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Doesn't the barrel bolt (and maybe some others) require an exact torque spec be applied, i.e, you need a torque wrench?

I've actually been meaning to inquire about a good one that lends itself to use with the XCR.
 

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Doesn't the barrel bolt (and maybe some others) require an exact torque spec be applied, i.e, you need a torque wrench?

I've actually been meaning to inquire about a good one that lends itself to use with the XCR.
Nope hand tight then extra 70 degrees....
 

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Doesn't the barrel bolt (and maybe some others) require an exact torque spec be applied, i.e, you need a torque wrench?

I've actually been meaning to inquire about a good one that lends itself to use with the XCR.
Per Terra...
200 in. lbs. (or about 17 ft. lbs.)
 

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I have actually been looking for something like this, but I want one that will fit in either the storage compartment of a MIAD or my Tango Down VFG. I don't think it's possible unless you have one custom made with just the sizes required for the XCR to keep the size down. If Robinson had some made I'd buy it. :hint, hint:
 

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I made a wooden tool out of some scrap to hold the upper and lower open on my cleaning cradle. Works similar to the link device made for the AR15 that holds the upper and lower open when cleaning.....now, if one of these days I can get to the range to shoot, get the rifle dirty and clean it...I can test my invention out ;D
 

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I chop and change between this one (Husky 30 pc ratcheting hex driver from Home Depot)



And this one, the Leatherman tool adaptor where I have swapped out the bits.

 
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