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    Quote Originally Posted by 96 SS View Post
    I like a lot of Robarm stuff - but I just can't get past the feeling that if I ever need parts/support in the future it's not going to be available.

    They have a track record that speaks to the future deliverables mess I fear.
    That's why you buy what you'll need in the next 30 years from the start. What's really important is small parts kits that have pins, springs, trigger components, allen screws (lol some people hate the xcr for that), etc, and a spare BCG/Piston assembley.

    The way I see it, it seems like most people barely put enough rounds in their new wonder rifle to cause a parts breakage before they sell it for the next awesome "reload faster than light" rifle that comes out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by variablebinary View Post
    The XCR-M .308 will feature a full mil-spec monolithic rail system. Meaning, it wont have a relief cut down the middle of the rail.
    I wonder if that will also mean a change to the XCR-L as well. I hope the new stock and ambi-mag release are going to come out at the same time as the XCR-M or sooner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kal View Post
    The way I see it, it seems like most people barely put enough rounds in their new wonder rifle to cause a parts breakage before they sell it for the next awesome "reload faster than light" rifle that comes out.

    In that case I am on 1.5 upgrades above the original MBR with a L1A1. This keeps the battery of arms very close to each other, L1A1 and XCR-M. But with a better/more available magazine in the XCR-M. Hopefully a more accurate rifle too.

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    I told the engineers at Robarm to get the SBR-M model done ASAP.

    That is more my speed

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    SR/Magpul mags, correct?

    That SBR looks wicked.
    Needs more flamethrower, though. -- Fjallhrafn

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    Quote Originally Posted by FromMyColdDeadHand View Post
    SR/Magpul mags, correct?

    That SBR looks wicked.
    Yes, SR25/PMAG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by variablebinary View Post
    The XCR-M .308 will feature a full mil-spec monolithic rail system. Meaning, it wont have a relief cut down the middle of the rail.

    About ****ing time this happened.

    Is this going to be carried over to the 5.56 version?
    "Not every thing on Earth requires an aftermarket upgrade." demigod/markm

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