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Battle Rifle Time Trials – Episode 5 – FINAL RESULTS

InRangeTV and Primary & Secondary teamed up in this collaboration in which we combined multiple "battle rifles", 5 shooters, and 4 drills in an effort to use time based metrics to determine the best of the breed of battle rifles: H&K G3 FN FAL FN SCAR-17 Brownells'...

Battle Rifle Time Trials – Episode 3 – “Splits”

InRangeTV and Primary & Secondary teamed up in this collaboration in which we combined multiple "battle rifles", 5 shooters, and 4 drills in an effort to use time based metrics to determine the best of the breed of battle rifles: H&K G3 FN FAL FN SCAR-17 Brownells'...

XCR v ACR

XCR v ACR The XCR was designed years before the Bushmaster ACR (which stands for Another Copycat Rifle) which appears to be only a slight advancement (if any) over the AR15/M16 from which it heavily borrowed.    The XCR was designed completely from scratch to be...

XCR v SIG MCX

XCR v SIG MCX VIRTUS The XCR was designed years before the SIG MCX which appears to be only a slight improvement (if any) over the AR15/M16 from which it heavily borrowed.  The XCR was completely designed from scratch to be better; and it is.  Here's how. The XCR’s...

XCR v SCAR

  XCR v SCAR The XCR is what the SCAR (Special Forces Corruptly Acquired Rifle) was meant to be.  Robinson Armament with its innovative designs was instrumental in getting the SCAR program going, but USSOCOM didn’t even bother to test Robinsons SCAR samples over a...

Battle Rifle Time Trials – Episode 2 – “Transitions”

InRangeTV and Primary & Secondary teamed up in this collaboration in which we combined multiple "battle rifles", 5 shooters, and 4 drills in an effort to use time based metrics to determine the best of the breed of battle rifles: H&K G3 FN FAL FN SCAR-17 Brownells'...

Battle Rifle Time Trials – Episode 1 – “Cold Start”

InRangeTV and Primary & Secondary teamed up in this collaboration in which we combined multiple "battle rifles", 5 shooters, and 4 drills in an effort to use time based metrics to determine the best of the breed of battle rifles: H&K G3 FN FAL FN SCAR-17 Brownells'...

QVO_Tactical XCR Review

Here is QVO Tactical's initial review of the XCR-L Pistol from Robinson Armament! Big thanks to Robinson, Ventura Munitions, Tyler and Anhie for helping out to get this review for you all. Hope you enjoy it! Thanks for watching and make sure to watch the bloopers at...

Carbine Magazine: Robinson Armament XCR

Let me start by professing my affection for the AR platform. My safe is stacked with AR variants chambered in .22LR, 5.56 NATO, .300 BLK and .308 Win. Some are stock, others are modified, and I have assembled a few from choice components. My adoration is due to the...

Keymod v. M-LOK

Which is best for the XCR? We get asked this question all the time so we decided to attempt to answer it here. First of all both are good rail systems. However, there are advantages and disadvantages of each. Please refer to all...

Robinson XCR – SCAR Killer?

Что такое "военный карабин" по-американски? Чем он примечателен и в чём главные отличия от AR-системы? В своём обзоре я попытался понять, что интересного заложено в карабины Robinson. И, как оказалось, не...

Video: Chris Bartocci Explains the XCR

Watch Chris Bartocci from Small Arms Solutions give a detailed walkthrough with the XCR. In the video below, you'll see a full breakdown of this extremely versatile weapon system.

Robinson Armament XCR-M Part 2: Zeroed In.

In part 2 of Gat Daily's Robinson Armament XCR-M review, Mike Westra zeroes in the XCR. As expected, the rifle performs! In fact, our author admits that the XCR-M is his new favorite gun, check it out below.

New XCR Gallery

Please send us images of your tricked out XCRs.  We'll post them in our Gallery.  Send to sales@robarm.com.

New FAQs page

We've added a new FAQs page to our website.  If you have other questions, please email them to sales@robarm.com and we'll post them.

XCR-L Builder Live

Our customers have long known that the XCR is the best tactical rifle available.  Because of of the sheer number of options available for the XCR-L & M, it's been difficult to convey what uppers, calibers, barrel lengths, etc. are compatible.  We now have links to...

2017 Product Brochure

Here is our new product brochure for 2017.   It shows the versatility of the XCR platform and some popular configurations. XCR Brochure 2017

PARTS IDENTIFICATION & PART LISTS

A new parts identification page has been added to the website.  At the bottom of the page are downloadable parts lists covering both XCR-L and XCR-M Models. https://robinsonarmament.com/xcr-part-identification/

We’re looking for a few good dealers. Email a copy of your signed FFL to sales@robarm.com. You may also fax it to 801-355-0402.

RELIABLE.

Designed specifically for the most demanding military, law enforcement, and serious users, the XCR offers a level of reliability offered by few other rifles.

ERGONOMIC.

The XCR is the most ergonomic rifle available. Professional users report that the XCR has the fastest magazine change and clearing times of any rifle.

CONFIGURABLE.

Many rifles claim to be modular weapon systems just because they have a M1913 standard rail system used to attach accessories. The XCR is truly modular.

SIMPLE.

Armorers who are familiar with the XCR find it the easiest rifle to inspect, maintain, and service resulting in lower overall maintenance costs.


XCR-M GiveAway October 2019
We’re giving away one of our  XCR Rifles.
Click here for details.

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