Welcome, glad you like it thus far. I am sure it will not disappoint at the range.
And just how did you find out the people doing the design work are gay?The gays and gals at Robinson put together a really good looking rifle.
What is a "LPS"?Took the XCR HB to the range with a few of my LEO SRT buddies and we shot the snot out of it. 1200 mixed rds(USA, FEDERAL, NORINCO, WOLF, LAKE CITY) of which 900 were shot on setting 2 in about 2 hours.
We had one FTE and five LPS. The LPS were with Wolf? The rear stock bolt came loose and the ejector bolts started to. This even after using red Loctite and JB weld to hold them in. But in all fairness the ejector bolts held for 1200rds.
We all found the XCR to be a excellent rifle. Well balanced easy to use with low recoil and min muzzle climb. Accuracy was as expected for a combat rifle after all it was not built to be a sniper weapon.
The only real concerns voiced by all was about the LPS's and ejector bolts. None of us have never had any LPS with Wolf ammo on any other rifle. Could these have come from the low gas setting? :-\ The ejector bolt were the second concern. Even though the held for the whole 1200 rds we could see this becoming a continues maintenance item which would take the rifle out of service for longer than a day for repair(drying time for red loctite). Not really a problem for LE as we have maintenance schedules for this kind of thing, but we could see it as a problem for those in the field.
All in all, we really liked the XCR and I think Robinson will be selling a few more shortly.
Check out my review. Well over 2K, no cleaning necessary. This was with Winchester white-box 55gr FMJ.XCR will never be elevated to battle rifle status like the FAL until it can go 2000 rounds without a cleaning. :'(