I've had my Rock River EOP since 2006 and it has always functioned without a single problem....even super hot dusty days on eastern montana praire dog towns, when an average day is 300+ rounds without cleaning it, it never fails to send a round downrange. Its a bit heavy to walk very far with it cause I have the 24" SS bull barrel but its super accurate, loves just about every ammo I feed it. Rock River's stock two stage trigger is totally worth it in case you are considering the option.
Rock River 24 ss heavy barrel stock gun except jewel trigger i shoot 60 gr. Sierra H.P. out of it shoots one hole groups at 100 yds. If you would like to shoot it you can. I to live near Pitts. let me know 6x25x Millett scope helps also, can't hit what you can't see.
Mugadutz aka Joe
I have a RRA 20" Predator Pursuit with a PRS. I LOVE THIS RIFLE!!! If it will fit in the magazine, my rifle will stack'em where I point 'em. 53 grain vmax for ground rats and 75 grain BTHP for coyotes. From a bag and bipod shooting off a bench I can empty a 20 round pmag (in California thats two 10 round pmags) into a 1 inch circle.
.308 Howa 1500, 24" varmint barrel, Harris bipod Bell & Carlson MkII tactical stock. 4-14x50 tactical scope from Wonder Optics.
I've been looking at RR in an ar-10 in 260, any feedback on these, thinking 18" barrel. Maybe no muzzle break or one not too loud. I don't really want to wear ear protection in the field.
Hate to say it, but with most breaks- the better they work, the louder they are. A good one will be louder than is good for your ears. Thread-on muzzle brake for paper, unscrew it and slap on a thread protector in the field, best o' both worlds. Or you could look into suppressors, buts that's a whole new can of worms.
I like things that go "bang"... I love things that go "BOOM!"