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Shooting the LWRCI M6 IC-PDW

How does shooting a full-auto 5.56 mm with an 8 1/2-inch barrel sound? Fun. And controllable.

Keefe Report: On the Range with the LWRC SIX8

The 6.8x43 mm SPC cartridge was designed to deliver improved terminal performance out of the AR-15/M16 platform, literally doubling the bullet weight over the conventional 5.56x45 mm, while still being able to use the same lower receiver.

LWRCI IC-DI and Razorback Rifles

LWRCI is a top-tier maker of semi-automatic rifles best known for its proven piston system and its embracing of the 6.8 mm SPC cartridge. So why is LWRCI now making direct-impingement guns? Because the company can make them very, very well.

Coming Soon: LWRCI SMG-45 Pistol

The LWRCI SMG-45—still in prototype shown here—is said to be coming to market in early 2017

Tonight on American Rifleman TV: 150 Years of Winchester, Part 1; LWRCI Di

Watch a preview of tonight's episode of American Rifleman TV, which is the first look at the 150-year history of Winchester.

NRA Gun of the Week: LWRCI SIX8 Razorback Rifle

American Rifleman's Christopher Olsen checks out a 6.8 mm SPC-chambered rendition of the Stoner design from LWRC Int’l.

LWRCI IC DI Rifle Now in 300 BLK

American Rifleman’s 2017 Golden Bullseye winner for “Rifle of the Year”—the LWRCI IC DI—is now available in 300 BLK

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

Bill Hicks & Co., Ltd. has partnered with LWRCI to offer firearms dealers the industry's first Direct Impingement rifle with a Flat Dark Red Cerakote finish.

LWRCI: Building a Better Carbine

The LWRCI logo is associated with some of the most well-known names in the hog-hunting world, but they do much more than that.

Video—ARTV: LWRCI IC-Di Review

Watch the full "Rifleman Review" segment from this recent episode of American Rifleman TV as Joe Kurtenbach takes a look at the LWRCI IC-Di.

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