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Thread: The R18 Mk2 Review Pt 1 - Initial Details and Pre-Firing Impressions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valaden View Post
    Million dollar question; will it shoot in the cold if you sprinkle water over it?
    sure, just don't drop it ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by the radium king View Post
    sure, just don't drop it ...
    I plan in throwing mine into the frozen bog and seeing how it holds up lmao

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    I assume that was a reference to GarandThumb's latest video ��

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    How many units are they going to build in that February shipment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AskMeAboutMyBandcamp View Post
    Damn. Iím getting very excited. Amazing to hear an a2 adapter is en route, too! Iíll have to treat it like a normal modern gun for a while before geeking out and making a classic service rifle build, and thatís a-ok with me! Itís very reminiscent of the MCX in terms of aesthetics and customization
    I would like to do this type of build as well 👌🏼👍🏼

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSE JR View Post
    Are you talking about rain and snow? Now that there are rifles out there in the wild, I am sure we'll find out definitively soon enough with real world examples.

    In our testing, we did freeze (and refreeze) a rifle and then shoot it we could test the springs / moving parts under stress and they all passed.
    How many units are they going to build in that February shipment?

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    Question R18 MKIII Release Date?

    Hi JR,

    Wondering if you can tell us when the R18 MKIII will be annouced? hoping for some upgrades to whats already here. looks amazing. wish I knew about this before I got the WK180 not a great riffle to say the least IMO

    anyways,

    thanks for your time,


    Joel

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWhiteDillard View Post
    Hi JR,

    Wondering if you can tell us when the R18 MKIII will be annouced? hoping for some upgrades to whats already here. looks amazing. wish I knew about this before I got the WK180 not a great riffle to say the least IMO

    anyways,

    thanks for your time,


    Joel
    The MK 3 is a ways away. We want to get the regular flow of SAI R18MK2's going before we ask SAI to do anything else for us. This is a pretty costly adventure for everyone involved.

    SAI wants to be able to ship me up to 200 guns a month by the end of Feb on a steady go forward basis.

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    Does the R18 have an FRT? I took a gander through Armalytics and didn't come up with anything, but it can be tricky to navigate the table.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSE JR View Post
    The MK 3 is a ways away. We want to get the regular flow of SAI R18MK2's going before we ask SAI to do anything else for us. This is a pretty costly adventure for everyone involved.

    SAI wants to be able to ship me up to 200 guns a month by the end of Feb on a steady go forward basis.

    JR
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