Assault rifle (automatic) Robinson Armament XCR

    assault rifle (automatic) robinson armament xcr
    Robinson Armament XCR-L caliber 5.56x45 mm
    Barrel length of 470 mm

    In the early 2000s a small American company Robinson Armament Co, after not udavshegosya commercial distribution model M96 rifles / RAV02, has created a new rifle - XCR, as for the civilian market weapons (semi-automatic version), as well as for military and police structures.

    assault rifle (automatic) robinson armament xcr
    XCR-L caliber 5.56x45 mm
    With a barrel length of 406 mm folded
    Alternative combined butt
    And plastic shop

    XCR assault rifle was developed, taking into account and using the experience to create the earlier models M96 / RAV02 designed based on a modular system of small arms Stoner 63. According to the manufacturers they managed to achieve a safe and reliable in all conditions of weapons, and the possibility of replacing the barrel (barrel length and change caliber ammunition taken) allows you to choose between an assault rifle, a carbine, a compact carbine.

    Modular multikalibernaya Robinson Armament XCR rifle designed specifically to participate in the competition for a new weapon for the U.S. Special Forces "SOF / SCAR", but was disqualified due to lack of blank firing module. Although not a very successful participation in the competition for XCR new rifle SWAT rifle received positive feedback from experts.

    assault rifle (automatic) robinson armament xcr
    Barrel length of 368 mm

    Company Robinson Armament XCR rifle planned release in two versions:

    assault rifle (automatic) robinson armament xcr
    Barrel length of 305 mm

    - XCR-L - «light rifle" caliber 5.56x45 mm NATO (.223 Rem.), 6.8x43 mm (6.8 Remington SPC), 7.62x39 mm. Issue XCR-L to market civilian weapons was launched in 2006.

    - XCR-M - «average rifle" caliber 7.62x51 mm (.308 Win.), production of which was scheduled to end in 2007. (However, apparently due to the failure in the competition for a new rifle SWAT issue XCR-M delayed).

    Automation XCR rifle works by using the energy of powder gases, gas operated unit with gas piston located above the barrel.

    rifle designed according to the requirements adopted for weapons in the U.S. Army, the standard version of this assault rifle has no gas regulator. However, the ability to install the regulator is provided in the design of the exhaust system. That is, one can be purchased separately, and with the necessary knowledge to install this controller. Civilian, semi-automatic version of the XCR with 4-position gas regulator. Locking barrel rifle by turning the gate by three lugs.

    assault rifle (automatic) robinson armament xcr
    Barrel length of 305 mm
    With an installed muffler

    body of weapons made by stamping sheet metal.

    assault rifle (automatic) robinson armament xcr
    Robinson Armament XCR
    Partial disassembly

    Corpus receiver consists of two halves - the upper and lower, connected by transverse pins.

    In the bottom half of the receiver is a trigger mechanism (USM), fuse with magazine.

    USM provides conducting single or automatic fire (single civilian version only). Lever fuse in military options combined with an interpreter modes of fire, located above the pistol grip on both side arms.

    At the top of the receiver is the barrel, bolt and the exhaust system.


    upper portion of the receiver is equipped with 4 runners type Picatinny rail, which are arranged on both sides of the barrel, the barrel top and under the full length of the receiver. The upper guide is intended to set the various sights as regular sights are not provided. The rest of the guides are used to set all kinds of auxiliary equipment (grenade launcher, handles, lights, etc.). To protect your hands arrow on unused rail establish special plastic plates.

    assault rifle (automatic) robinson armament xcr
    XCR-L caliber 7.62x39 mm
    Barrel length of 305 mm

    cocking handle is situated on the left side of the receiver.

    Robinson Armament XCR-L is equipped with barrels of different lengths. Depending on the task and desires arrow XCR-L can be used as a subcompact carabiner - with a barrel length of 305 mm (12 inches), short carbine - 368 mm (14.5 inches), carabiner - 406 mm (16 inches), assault rifle (automatic ) - 470 mm (18.6 inches). Is a standard 16-inch barrel.


    caliber 5.56x45 mm NATO used trunks length 305, 368, 406, 470 mm caliber for 6.8x43 mm and 7.62x39 mm - 305, 368, 406 mm.

    Change caliber rifle is accomplished by replacing the barrel and bolt group to the gate, the lower part of the receiver as a single unit does not change. Shooter, having minimum knowledge is self-caliber rifle change in less than 5 minutes.

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    Caliber, mm 5.56x45
    - Butt decomposed
    - The stock closed

    Barrel length, mm 406 (shotgun)
    Weight 3.4
    store count. cartridges 30 (5.56x45 mm)
    Effective range, m 400
    rds / min 550 - 600

    used to power the weapon shops of different sizes (depending on the caliber of the weapon). To 5.56 mm are suitable from any shops M4 rifles and M16 series, including plastic drum and C-Mag. For caliber 6.8 mm are specially designed 26 round magazine. Specially designed magazines for 30 rounds are used to supply 7.62 mm rifles. Due to the impossibility of replacing the bottom of the receiver, use the standard shops from the Soviet AK-47 / AKM is not possible (because the receiver store - NATO standard design, as well as different extraction method store).

    In the base metal rifle is provided, the skeletal butt, down the right side of the weapon. However, as with trunks, the shooter can choose from several options butt. This can be fixed metal butt, adjustable length stop similar in appearance to the stock Colt M4 carbines series and others.

    assault rifle (automatic) robinson armament xcr
    Civilian version of the XCR
    With a fixed butt


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