With the highest of hopes and after doing a lot of research here and other places, I purchased a new RFB last weekend. This weekend I got to go out and put it through its paces. To say the lease I am VERY disappointed. I adjusted the gas valve per the manual and that went great, just as written. Then I loaded up a couple of rounds and did a little sighting in. Good accuracy from what I can tell so far. The disappointing this is that it will not feed any more than two rounds from the magazine. If I put 10 rounds in it feeds the first two. If I put three rounds in it feeds the first two. I found that if I reach inside and pull the bolt back down it will again feed two rounds. I also found that the purple and blue items in the picture below (304, 305, 308) are VERY hard to rotate. I am not a smithy but have been at this game for over 40 years. This seems very odd to me as there is a very small spring in there to return them to a neutral position. It could also be a bad magazine but I am not suspecting that. My disappointment comes from spending 3 weeks salary on a very neat idea rifle and barely getting 20 rounds through it before it has to go back to the factory. At least my dealer was willing to facilitate that. My recommendation if you are looking to buy one of these is to get a dealer that will allow returns. I would have gladly returned this in trade for an AUG but did not have that option, so may be stuck with a very expensive boat anchor that will look good hanging on the wall. If a rife is not about 100% reliable then it is of no use to me. I may be wrong but at this time feel I made a BIG expensive mistake.