Gun Report

Rock River Arms RRA LAR-6.8 Mid-Length A4 SPC1238X 6.8 SPC

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Gun Tests Grade: F. Assuming the failures to feed were fixable under warranty, we were nevertheless underwhelmed by the accuracy of this weapon.

Rock River Arms RRA LAR-6.8 Mid-Length A4 SPC1238X 6.8 SPC

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Home Defense
Law Enforcement
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Clearly numbering the notches in the Picatinny rail was very helpful for mounting (and remounting) the scope with proper eye relief.
The bolt on the Rock River Arms carbine was very difficult to pull back. Perhaps this caused a series of malfunctions. A spent case was repeatedly left in the chamber, and we also experienced double feeds jamming the action.
The Rock River Arms carbine, left, felt like it had more weight toward the muzzle than the DPMS on the right, which was at least partially due to the stout-looking full diameter barrel. Overall, the Rock River carbine had a very solid feel to it that we liked.

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