LWRC International Announces LWRCI-DI Rifle

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posted on December 2, 2015
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LWRC International introduces its all new DI rifle scheduled to hit dealer shelves this December. Built from the ground up this LWRCI is a completely new Direct Impingement rifle featuring many of the same high performance attributes found in its popular Gas Piston-Luxury AR line up.

"The LWRCI-DI was born out of the U.S. Military M4 PIP program that called for longer barrel life, ambi charging handle and safety, more reliable bolt carrier group and user configurable floating rail system", says David Ridley, Senior vice president sales and marketing. "The LWRCI-DI excels on all counts, offering our customers an advanced DI rifle at a price that will surprise you. It is truly a 'Step-Up' from the basic direct impingement rifles on the market"

LWRCI's craftsmanship and design is evident in the all new LWRCI-DI, delivering the quality the discerning shooter demands, and innovation customers have come to expect from LWRCI. Custom rifle features including: Monoforge upper, modular one-piece free float rail, LWRCI cold hammer-forged Spiral fluted barrel, fully ambidextrous lower controls: Mag Release, Bolt Catch/Releasae and Selector switch, angled ergonomic Fore Grip, Mil-Spec 6-position buffer tube and LWRCI proprietary advanced DI Bolt Carrier group with keyless gas key.

The all new LWRCI-DI will be available starting December 1. Dealers looking to stock the new LWRCI-DI can contact an Authorized LWRCI Wholesale Distributor.

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