Part 2 in our multi part comparison of the Bushmaster Adaptive Combat Rifle and the Robinson Armament XCR. In this part we compare the 100M abilities of each rifle with seated benchrest shooting. Both rifles prove to be reliable off of the bench, but the barrel retention of the XCR does introduce issues with the accuracy as the barrel heated up. A Kifaru AMR Rucksack was used as the benchrest, and both riles were sighted in and fired with the same Bushnell Elite 2.5-10x40 optic. Ammo used was American Eagle AR223 black box.
To watch 'Bushmaster ACR vs Robinson Armament XCR - Part 1 of 3 Compare and contrast series.' click here; https://hoplitetactical.com/videos/firearm-reviews/122-bushmaster-acr-vs-robinson-armament-xcr-part-1-of-3
To watch 'Bushmaster ACR vs Robinson Armament XCR - part 3 of 3 - Conclusion' click here; https://hoplitetactical.com/videos/firearm-reviews/126-bushmaster-acr-vs-robinson-armament-xcr-part-3-of-3-conclusion