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Battle Rifle Company BR4 Odin 6.8 SPC, $1495 (Grade: B 2015)

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This gun required a full cleaning to function properly. It was lighter, which makes it easier to carry. The Odin handguard feels trim and doesn’t require covers to handle. We think there are better options out there, so we’d pass on this one.

Battle Rifle Company BR4 Odin 6.8 SPC, $1495 (Grade: B 2015)

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Our rifle lacked a B.A.D. lever, but it did have a single-point sling attachment.
We had a number of malfunctions with the BRC until it was given a good cleaning. We usually don’t reclean the action once we start a test.
The Odin keymod handguard is a much lighter way to allow accessory placement than quad Picatinny rails. But if you want to place a short pic rail in a certain spot, the keymod allows one to be bolted on. The pic rail shown is standard equipment.
This is the very aggressive muzzle fixture on the BR4. it’s permanently attached, so the actual barrel length is 14.5 in.

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