LWRCI, Texas Patriot Arms, and Trident Concepts partner in support of the Lone Survivor Foundation

posted on September 8, 2015

LWRCI in conjunction with its dealer, Texas Patriot Arms and Jeff Gonzalez of Trident Concepts have united to deliver an outstanding prize offering for the Houston Gala auction of the Lone Survivor Foundation.  The auction will help raise money for programs to support combat service members and their families.
The prize package includes a one-of-a-kind LWRCI SIX8 rifle:

  • LWRCI TRICON 6.8 SPCII caliber rifle specifically built for the Lone Survivor Foundation includes:
    • Geissele Super-TRICON 2-stage trigger                 
    • B5 SOPMOD stock
    • 9” version of LWRCI user-configurable SPR rail
    • Bravo Company Gunfighter Gen 4 charging handle
    • Mil-spec safety selector
    • 14.7” spiral fluted barrel with attached flash hider
    • Upper and lower receivers and rail coated in Sniper Gray Cerakote
    • TangoDown short vertical forward grip
    • Magpul Pro back-up iron sights  | MIAD pistol grip | Magpul trigger guard
    • Certificate of Authenticity


“This one-of-a-kind custom-built LWRCI rifle makes this a highly desirable prize we hope will raise money and awareness for the Lone Survivor Foundation,” said David Ridley, senior vice-president of sales and marketing for LWRCI. “We are proud to be involved with the Lone Survivor Foundation to support their mission for our service men and women.”
To support the Lone Survivor Foundation and bid on this exciting package, visit www.lonesurvivorfoundation.org/houstongala and view item#129.  Bidding closes September 12, 2015. To learn more about the LWRCI SIX8 Tricon MK6 go to: http://lonesurvivorfoundation.org/six8tricon/


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