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Rob arms M96

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Foxtrot427, Nov 9, 2006.

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  1. Foxtrot427

    Foxtrot427 Member

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    I havnt heard really any positively good or bad words about this gun. It has some highs and lows. The lows being price, weight and little available parts. Pros being modularity, apparently pretty accurate, simple, reliable (so Ive heard), and not that it matter, but pretty neat looking. Anyone here own or have any personal experience with the rifle? Any good pictures or anything?
     
  2. Spencer

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    It means the world to me :)

    I don't have any experience with it, and would like the same question answered.

    I do however have the link to its web page.

    http://www.robarm.com/mainpage.htm

    There's a little info on it but probably nothing you didn't already know.
    Anyone?
     
  3. Foxtrot427

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    I think it means more than most will let on. No one wants an ugly gun. Whether it be an engraved pistol on the hip of a general or some cool looking battle rifle. I forgot to just look on the rob arms page. It has alot of stuff I forgot about on it so thanks!
     
  4. swingset

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    The real problem with the M96 is the company that made them. They half-assed it, didn't support it well, didn't market it well, and overpriced it. Now, it's phased out.

    Nice idea, poorly executed. And yes, I owned one. ;)
     
  5. FLhawk

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    I owned one. Was not happy with it.

    It broke on me several times, firing pin, trigger etc.

    No support from Rob Arms

    Would not recommend.
     
  6. clown714

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    buddy has one.

    sent it back IIRC twice,prob w\magwell dimensions.

    he let me shoot it,it was a nice shooter,but as he said "wouldn't buy another"
    I think it's a safe queen now.

    this was only one example.
    so YMMV.

    clown
     
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