Iíve been through a few hours of game play with the RA XCR-L and I will say I am pleased.
In the box you get (of course) the RA XRC-L, Two 300 round Hi-cap mags, Directions, the paper from ASGI that states what you specific gun chronographed at (mine was 395 FPS), one 9.6v 1500 MaH Nun-chuck battery, the fore grip shown in the picture, your standard charger (I recommend getting a smart charger. Seriously, do yourself a favor it makes life easier and charge speeds are so much faster.), and one plastic cleaning/jam rod.
The hop-up is cheap clear plastic but it does its job and isnít completely terrible it does have a Madbull bucking. As this gun does not come with iron sights or a scope of any sort, so I recommend getting a scope. This gun does have a decent range and can easily be used as a DMR. The ROF is good enough; Iím not the guy who wants 30 rounds a second it shoots roughly around 15 rounds a second itís enough to get the job done when you need rounds down range. The FPS is a good happy medium itís low enough to be used in CQB arenas but high enough that field use is able to be achieved.
Now for the exterior of the gun, a majority of the gun is in fact polymer but itís a sturdy and durable polymer so it will take some abuse. The mag release is a little tight, the stock wobbles a little, the pistol grip on mine needed tightened, as far as I know the orange flash hider is threaded and a suppressor can be attached ( I havenít gotten around to that.) I would imagine it is. The bolt/charging handle is metal and reveals the hop up but has no satisfying click when released. The selector switch is kind of crisp and is made of polymer also.
I bought MAG brand mags and they fit nice and tight with no wobble what so ever and they feed every round.
Metal pieces: Inner and outer barrel, Buffer tube, Trigger, Sling mount.
Obviously, the gearbox.
This is a great gun I like it I am definitely happy with it and Iím glad I bought it.
Durable and sturdy
Good range, FPS, and ROF.
Made by Echo 1 and licensed by Robinson Armament.
Comes a sturdy for grip.
Gets the kills.
Plenty of rail real-estate.
A lot of polymer (not really too bad of a con.)
No Iron sights.
No satisfying click when the bolts released. (Itís a personal thing I suppose.)
I donít like the pistol grip so I replaced.
None of this lessens the performance of the gun and its internals so I give the RA XCR-L a 5 out of 5.
Thatís about it, If you like it I do think you are getting your moneyís worth itís a great gun and Iím happy with it. It definitely sticks out of the crowd if you are into that. Hope this review helps, if you have any further questions or concerns leave it in the Facebook comment area below.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]