Echo1 Fully Licensed Robinson Armament Polymer XCR-C Airsoft AEG Rifle
The officially licensed XCR-C from Echo1 is everything you liked about the original XCR but now in lightweight polymer. It features a standard Version 2 gearbox, making it very easy to upgrade. A standard M4 buffer tube allows the easy installation of your favorite stock.
- Lightweight, durable, high quality polymer upper and lower receiver, motor grip and crane stock
- Integrated Rail System
- Fully Licensed Robinson Armament Trademarks
- Full Metal Outer Barrel and Buffer Tube
- Two 300rd High Capacity Magazines Included
- Removable Vertical Grip
- 9.6v Large Butterfly Type Battery and Charger Included
- Reinforced Version 2 Full Metal, Fully Upgradeable Gearbox
- One Piece Metal Hopup with Madbull Bucking
710mm / 800mm (Adjustable) Weight:
2300g Inner Barrel:
247mm Magazine Capacity:
300rd Hi-Capacity. Works with Matrix, G&G, Tokyo Marui and other compatible M4 / M16 Series Airsoft AEG Magazines Muzzle Velocity:
~370 FPS (Measured with 0.20g BBs) Thread Direction:
14mm Negative Gearbox:
Ver 2 Full Metal, Fully Upgradeable Motor:
Long Type Fire Modes:
Semi/Full-Auto, Safety Package Includes:
Gun, Magazine, Manual, Battery and Charger Battery:
9.6v 1600mAh Small Butterfly Type Recommended (Wired to rear w/ small Tamiya) Hopup:
Yes, Adjustable Manufacturer:
Echo1 (Licensed by Robinson Armament) Things you may need to get started:
Battery and Charger – Required to power your AEG; use a high quality battery and charger for best results. Spare Magazines – Stay in the fight longer by bringing more ammo with you. BB’s – High quality precision 6mm BB’s recommended; Use 0.20g – 0.25g BB’s for best results. Silicone Oil – Basic cleaning and lubrication maintenance help keep your Airsoft AEG in top working order.
"This gun is a pretty nice gun, I just have a few cons. To begin it is basically all plastic, but it has a good weight. It comes with two metal magazines, but they aren't that great of quality ( sometimes they make weird noises, like they are unwinding themselves). The battery goes in the stock, and it kinda peeks out a little so I just put some electrical tape on it, and the stock cover is very difficult to get off. The gun shoots very well and is accurate with .2 gram bbs at 100+ feet. The gun feels super solid. It does not come with sights. The gun shoots like a dream, I would highly recommend this gun to ANYONE!
"This was my first AEG, however, I've been playing for about 5 years now. I've had it for about a 9 months now, but I didn't use it during the winter because we don't have any places indoors and it can get to -40 Fahrenheit up here in Michigan. I think I've got about 30k rounds through this thing though. It's a great gun, but I've had a few problems with it.
First problem isn't all that important, but it still annoys me. The spring for the charging handle came out somehow and I've spent about 3 hours trying to get it in there so the slide works properly, but I haven't had any luck. The dust cover can slide back and forth freely and makes a noise that can give away one's position.
The second problem was that the little caps in the stock fell off, so I have to use electrical tape to keep the battery from peeking out. Due to this, I'm having a wire problem where the gun's battery connectors are all bent and I can't bend them back in place right now. It sucks because I like this gun and now I can't flippin use it!
I didn't notice that there are no sights for the gun, so I had to just use the rails for the first couple weeks with it. I don't like the foregrip it comes with, so I got a replacement. I haven't had any troubles with the mags and the battery is pretty nice too. I might add that it's larger than other butterfly batteries though. No idea why.
My favorite thing about this gun is the slight kick you get when it shoots. It just feels so good. ROF is nice and the FPS is about 320 with .25 grams. Another thing I just remembered is that it will lock up if you're shooting it on semi auto after a while. The stock seems to keep losening itself, even after I tighten it up with a screwdriver in the buffer tube.
All in all, It's a nice gun, my advice is to not mess with the charging handle and to not lose those caps in the stock as they will prevent problems later on. Solid weapon.
"I give this gun a 5/5 because its just an all around great gun!
No cons..not that i have noticed haha.
Really great gun for the price.
Actually one thing dont get M4 Mid-Caps it is tough to get the mag in and out of the gun. Just stick with the High Caps.
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