Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by jarowe0122, Oct 29, 2011.

  1. jarowe0122

    jarowe0122 Member

    Jul 5, 2006
    -As retrieved from ROBAR website less fluted option-
    "The Robar SR90 is designed for the advanced marksman. Its design is the result of collaboration with military and law enforcement marksmen and our world class gunsmiths, working toward the common goal of building the ultimate precision rifle system.

    The SR90 features Robar’s exclusive ambidextrous stock with built-in ergonomic palm swells, thumb rests and a more vertically orientated pistol grip. The stock is fully adjustable to suit the needs of the individual shooter, with an adjustable cheekpiece and 3-way adjustable buttplate assembly. The forend is slightly tapered in thickness from the forend to the triggerguard to aid in gross elevation adjustment. The fully accurized action is mated with a stainless steel match-grade barrel and aluminum pillar bedded to the stock with a free floating barrel channel.

    The SR90 will deliver precise shot placement consistently and is guaranteed to shoot 1/2 MOA* or better. Truly the rifleman’s rifle, the SR90 was successfully deployed with Special Operations personnel in the Middle East during Operation Desert Storm. Solid credentials, dependable reliability, uncompromising accuracy. When every shot counts you can rely on Robar’s SR90 Precision Rifle System.


    Caliber: .308 WIN

    Action: Remington 700-style, BDL, completely accurized, machined, ground and lapped. Includes hex head action screws.

    Barrel: Stainless steel match grade with Robar's exclusive contour. Match grade chamber and crown with a muzzle diameter of approximately .880" @ 24".

    Stock: Exclusively designed by Robar, this ambidextrous synthetic stock has an adjustable comb, 3 way adjustable buttplate assembly, accessory forend rail, and a more vertically oriented pistol grip with thumb rests and palm swells. The forend is slightly tapered in thickness from the forend to the trigger guard to aid in gross elevation adjustments. The action is pillar bedded with a completely free floated barrel channel and outside it has Robar's exclusive "non-slip" texture. Available in black, gray, tan or green.

    Trigger: Modified, with a recommended 3 lb. release. Trigger screws are still sealed and have not been tampered.

    Finish: Matte Roguard on receiver and barrel. NP3 bolt and all internals.

    Accuracy: Guaranteed 1/2 M.O.A. (*test fired at 100 yards, 3 shots with appropriate ammunition).

    Weight: Approximately 11.5 pounds depending on barrel length."

    This rifle was acquired recently for the scopes and was never intended to be kept. This build has been verified through ROBAR and verified built by Thad, previous USMC Armorer. Rifle is reported to have approx 100 rounds fired and used in two competitions. Very little wear viewable at the end of the barrel and a few case extraction marks on the receiver. ROBAR stated the build sheet has been archived but did verify buidling and selling the weapon. All of the marked components have matching serial numbers. I own three McMillan stocks and none of them have the look and feel of this one. The texturing, mag well and forearm are completely different than the feel of my A5s. I have obtained a box of 168gr GMM to shoot and test for groups. I hope to accomplish this mid next week. The gloss appearance is not an accurate representation of the color. It is truly a matte finish. I was able to capture the true finsih in a couple of the attached photos.

    Base Price $4785.00 + Finish Options - Camouflage Paint - Entire Rifle - $525.00 = $5310
    Asking $4100 shipped and insured CONUS with rings and Pelican 1750
    $4000 FTF in Ohio. $4175 shipped and insured to AK or HI.
    Rings and NF 20 MOA base included. Add $75 for Harris Notched/Swivel 9-13".
    The Pelican case (black) has been through UPS twice now although still in great shape.

    I would like MO or cashier's check. The rifle will ship to your FFL once payment has cleared my bank. I welcome inquiries via email [email protected] . We can establish voice contact from there.

    Last edited: Nov 19, 2011
  2. jarowe0122

    jarowe0122 Member

    Jul 5, 2006
    Re: Robar SR90