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Remington XCR

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by seb1, Feb 22, 2007.

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  1. seb1

    seb1 Member

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    Do anyone had problem with that rifle or know something about it ??
     
  2. Nightcrawler

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    Do you mean the ROBINSON XCR? That's a .223 rifle made here in Utah. I don't know of any Remington product going by that moniker.
     
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  4. Batmaxwyo

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    Yes. I have the Remington 700 XCR in 300 WSM with a Leupold 4.5X14AO. The thing that sold me on the gun was the new Trinyte coating. The demo I saw was someone taking a key to the barrel scratching it up real good then wipe it away leaving the barrel looking like new. Good rugged rifle.
     
  5. Ala Dan

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    Remington's XCR is a very fine rifle, and I sell a lot of 'em~! ;) :)
     
  6. Nightcrawler

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    Ah. Shows how much I know about Remington. Well...the only bolt gun I've ever fired was a Nagant '44... :eek:
     
  7. Gbro

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    Xtreme Conditions Rifle;
    What is the going price on this peice?

    Too bad it dosn't have the D B M.
     
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    I believe they cost $800-850, which seems really expensive for a gussied up 700 SPS Stainless gun. I was seriously considering buying one, but just could not justify the price, when I can buy a Kimber Montana for another $100-150.


    steve
     
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    I just got one in .270, NIB, for $699 on Gunbroker. I watched the listings for a week or so and this was the best price. Several more for around $750 in various calibers.
     
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    My M44 cost $150
     
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