Bill Hicks & Co. Partners With LWRCI on Exclusive LWRCI IC DI Flat Dark Red Rifle

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posted on September 21, 2017
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Bill Hicks & Co., Ltd. has partnered with LWRCI to offer firearm dealers the industry's first direct impingement rifle with a Flat Dark Red Cerakote finish. The Bill Hicks & Co., Ltd. Exclusive IC DI FDR model is the newest member of the IC DI family whose design was born out of the U.S. Military M4 PIP program that called for longer barrel life, full ambidexterity, better reliability and user configurable floating rail system that was awarded American Rifleman's 2017 Golden Bullseye Rifle of the Year. 

"Bill Hicks & Co., Ltd. is always pushing the envelope to offer our dealers unique, innovative products that will truly stand out at retail," says Jeff Waddle, Bill Hicks purchasing agent. "The Bill Hicks & Co., Ltd./LWRCI-DI FDR excels on all counts, offering our customers an accurate advanced DI rifle at a price that will surprise you and a finish that will certainly stand out."

Built from the ground up, the rifle features many of the same performance attributes found in LWRCI's popular Gas Piston-Luxury AR line up. Custom rifle features include: Monoforge upper, modular one-piece free float rail, LWRCI cold hammer-forged sSpiral fluted barrel, fully ambidextrous lower controls: mag release, bolt catch/release and selector switch, angled ergonomic foregrip, mil-spec six-position buffer tube and LWRCI proprietary advanced DI bolt carrier group with keyless gas key. 

MSRP: $1,631

For more information visit lwrci.com

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