Remington Model 700 XCR Tactical .338 Lapua Magnum from the collection of Robert K. Brown. Serial number RR18708E wears a 26-inch (28.5 inches with brake) heavily-fluted threaded barrel, Trinyte finish, detachable box magazine, oversize trigger guard and premium synthetic stock with ambidextrous palm swells. ACCURACY: Included test target shows a pair of sub-MOA 100-yard groups (.561 and .670) fired with 250-grain “Scenar Match”. PRESS: This rifle was the subject of a feature article in the May, 2015 issue of Soldier of Fortune Magazine (copy included). INCLUSIONS: Correct manual with serial number, total of four Accurate-Mag detachable magazines. DIMENSIONS: Weight is 9.8 pounds and length-of-pull is 13.6 inches. CONDITION: Bore is bright, with sharp rifling. Surface finishes are at least 98 percent with but minimal indications of use. LT. COL. ROBERT K. BROWN, USAR (Ret.) has lived a life of incredible adventure. He served as a Green Beret in Vietnam, trained troops from other countries and fought communists alongside them in hotspots around the globe, and has diligently defended the Second Amendment via his long-held seat on the NRA Board of Directors. Brown’s publishing career began when he founded Panther Publications, which later merged into Paladin Press. In 1974, RKB sold his portion of Paladin Press and shortly thereafter founded Soldier of Fortune Magazine. Always willing to use the platforms he created in support of what he believes without the slightest regard for the fallout sure to follow, Brown has been praised and damned in equal parts by those dumbstruck that such a person or personality actually exists. Now 87, RKB has elected to part with a number of his special firearms and memorabilia accumulated over the years. The purchaser of each item will receive a personalized letter from RKB discussing its known history, along with a vintage “Communism Stops Here” poster of Brown cradling his sniper rifle during his time in El Salvador from the archives of Soldier of Fortune Magazine.