LWRC IC-PDW

posted on January 29, 2015

LWRC’s IC-PDW (Individual Carbine Personal Defense Weapon) is the gun maker’s most compact rifle, and also one of the smallest piston rifles on the market. Its most unique feature lies in the buttstock, which contains a quick-deploy, two-position telescoping stock that collapses flush to the buffer tube. Standard on the carbine is an 8.5” NiCorr-treated barrel, and the same ambidextrous lower controls as the other IC family members. For more, watch the video above, or visit LWRCI.comundefined

Caliber: 5.56 NATO
Barrel Length: 8.5”
Weight (unloaded): 5.9lbs
Length (overall): 20.5 – 25.5”
Rate of Fire: Semi Auto or Select Fire 700 rpm (+/- 100rpm)
Rifling: 1/7" RH 
Trigger: LWRCI Enhanced Fire Control Group
Stock/Pistol Grip: LWRCI Exclusive PDW Stock /Magpul MOE Plus
Sights: LWRCI Skirmish 
Magazine: Magpul 30-round P-Mag
Muzzle Device: LWRCI High Efficiency Flash Hider 1/2x28 TP

 

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