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Robinson Armament is getting close to releasing the XCR-M. Here a couple of pics of the closer to done prototypes before production models start rolling off the assembly line. The one thing I can't show pics of is the new stock, but Robinson still believes the XCR-M will ship with their new SCAR/ACR type stock. Best guess is September or October.

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Interesting. I definitely would prefer a better stock. What kind of comp is that?

VB3, do you work for RobArm?
 

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Can you discuss the BCG, :tinhat: heard it has been redesigned from the -L.
 

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I would like to know if they are gonna put a 20" or better barrel on the thing. Thats kind of a deal breaker for me in a 308. I dont need another carbine.
 

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I would like to know if they are gonna put a 20" or better barrel on the thing. Thats kind of a deal breaker for me in a 308. I dont need another carbine.
Longest I've seen is 18".

No idea on 20".
 

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I'm just guessing but due to being exported into Canada the barrel would have to be a minimum of 18.6" to be classed as non-restricted.

All XCR-L rifles imported here have the 18.6" barrels.

I have an XCR-L with two complete uppers in 223 & 6.8 SPC I can hardly wait for the -M to be introduced

and FYI in Canada

restricted firearms = can only be taken to an approved gun club

non-restricted = can be taken anywhere it is legal to carry/shoot/hunt with a firearm
 

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I'm just guessing but due to being exported into Canada the barrel would have to be a minimum of 18.6" to be classed as non-restricted.

All XCR-L rifles imported here have the 18.6" barrels.

I have an XCR-L with two complete uppers in 223 & 6.8 SPC I can hardly wait for the -M to be introduced

and FYI in Canada

restricted firearms = can only be taken to an approved gun club

non-restricted = can be taken anywhere it is legal to carry/shoot/hunt with a firearm
I've always been curious about what restricted/non-restricted meant. Thanks for posting this.
 
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