Video—ARTV: LWRCI IC-Di Review

posted on October 17, 2018

The LWRCI IC-Di is an AR-style rifle chambered in 5.56 NATO, utilizing Eugene Stoner’s original direct gas impingement system. Weighing in at a well-balanced 6.5 lbs, the IC-Di features a free-float quad-rail setup wrapped around a 16" spiral-fluted, cold-hammer-forged barrel with a 1:7" twist, and threaded for ½”-28 attachments. Firing the rifle is made easy no matter your hand dominance, thanks to an ambidextrous charging handle paired with a full set of ambidextrous controls. One thing to note for our tinkerers out there, the LWRCI IC-Di is designed with a proprietary bolt carrier group to better handle the stresses of Stoner’s direct impingement, meaning it has angled faces, and a reinforced gas key. Quality, affordability and accessibility are the watchwords for this fine firearm. For more information, check out this “Rifleman Review” video from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV.

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