I bought a REPR about 4 months ago. I really like the piston system idea on an AR platform. The gun functioned flawlessly but I couldn't seem to get the accuracy I've read about on this forum that other members seem to get out of their rifles. I tried at least 20 different factory loads from 150 gr. - 180 gr. Bullets. The best I could get was around 1.5 MOA (most of the ammo was around 2 to 2.5 MOA). Next step was to go to reloads. I spent a month doing load work ups and the best I could do was 1.2 MOA with 180 gr. Bullets. I tried switching mounts, switching scopes and nothing seemed to matter. I really wanted the rifle to shoot (I like the rifle) but it appeared that wasn't going to happen. Before you guys go ballistic on my shooting abilities, I shoot a lot of long range pistol and have a number of Contenders that I can shoot into 1/2 MOA. I have a NEMO Match 3.0 that will shoot into 3/4 MOA. I have a Colt HBAR that on a good day will shoot .2 to .3 MOA. In desperation, I contacted LWRC and spoke with Rodney Nelson. Rodney said to send the rifle back and they would find out what was going on. I was really happy with the customer service. I got a Fed Ex label shipped to me and the rifle was shipped back to LWRC. A couple of weeks later, Rodney informed me he had tightened up the rifle (I don't really know what that means) and replaced the muzzle brake with a new one. He informed me they had taken the rifle to their range (they only have a 50 yard range-odd for a gun manufacturer) and the gun had shot quarter inch groups. I was pleased to hear the issues had been taken care of and was looking forward to getting my rifle back. I received the rifle and took it to my private range the following weekend with 2 boxes of Federal Match 168 gr.(the forum preferred ammo I believe) and shot the rifle. This ammo had given 1.5 MOA previously. Now I was getting 2 MOA. Tried about 3 other brands of factory ammo that day and the rifle was actually shooting bigger groups than before I shipped it in. Frustration had set in. On Monday, I contacted Rodney via phone and told him the problem. He asked what I wanted to do with the rifle and I told him "I'd like to get my money back, a $3300 rifle should shoot better than this. I have a number of $1000 rifles that will shoot under 1 MOA". He said he would talk to the powers that be and call me back that day with a solution. Around 5 pm that day (I hadn't heard from him), I sent him an email asking what was going on. The next morning, I received an email from Rodney saying "Lets get the rifle shipped back again and we'll shoot it a 100 yd. range and see what the problem is. I'll send you a Fed Ex shipping label." I have yet to receive a shipping label and that was 5 days ago. I don't understand why the rifle wasn't repaired the first time it was sent in. In my opinion, that's poor customer service. If I put my new car in the shop because it's pulling to the left and I get it back and its still pulling to the left, I'm not a happy customer. IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN FIXED THE FIRST TIME. I'm not sure anything was done to the rifle, other than a new muzzle brake being added. I got tired of all this and have sold the rifle. I'm not waiting on poor customer service and another round of "we got it fixed". It should have been fixed the first time. I'm sincerely glad you guys all have REPR's that shoot 1/2 MOA. Mine wouldn't and I got no satisfaction from Rodney. I SERIOUSLY DOUBT LWRC WILL LEAVE THIS POST UP FOR LONG BUT PEOPLE SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO HEAR ABOUT THESE PROBLEMS AND HOW THE MANUFACTURER WILL HANDLE THEM WHEN THEY SPEND 3K PLUS ON A RIFLE.