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LWRC Direct Impingement Rifle Semi-automatic 5.56 NATO 16.1" Cold Hammer Forged Spiral Fluted Barrel 1:7 Twist Burnt Bronze Finish LWRCI Compact Stock Magpul MOE+ Grip 10 Rounds Free Float MLOK Rail Monoforge Upper Receiver

LWRC Direct Impingement Rifle Semi-automatic 5.56 NATO 16.1" Cold Hammer Forged Spiral Fluted Barrel 1:7 Twist Burnt Bronze Finish LWRCI Compact Stock Magpul MOE+ Grip 10 Rounds Free Float MLOK Rail Monoforge Upper Receiver

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LWRC, Direct Impingement Rifle, Semi-automatic Rifle, 223 Rem/556NATO, 16.1" Cold Hammer Forged Spiral Fluted Barrel, 1:7 Twist, Burnt Bronze Finish, LWRCI Compact Stock, Magpul MOE+ Grip, 10Rd, LWRCI Free Float MLOK Rail, LWRCI Monoforge Upper Receiver, California Compliant, Includes JT Pin

Manufacturer: LWRC
Manufacturer Part #: ICDIR5BB16MLCAC
Model: Direct Impingement Rifle
Model: California Compliant
Action: Semi-automatic
Type: AR
Caliber: 223 Rem
Caliber: 556NATO
Barrel Length: 16.1"
Finish/Color: Burnt Bronze
Grips/Stock: LWRCI Compact Stock
Accessories: 1 Mag
Type of Barrel: 1:7
Capacity: 10Rd
Description: Includes JT Pin
Subcategory: Modern Sporting Rifles

Caliber Dictionary

The Below Information Has Been Provided From Our Gun Caliber Dictionary And Is Meant For Informational Purposes Only. It Is Not Intended to Describe The Unique Specifications For This Ammunition.
The 5.56X45mm NATO cartridge was designed by James Sullivan, a member of Eugene Stoner's engineering team that developed both the M16 rifle and its original cartridge. The 5.56X45mm NATO was adopted by the U.S. military in 1964 and by NATO in 1980. With bullet diameter of .224-inch, the original M193 military cartridge used a 55-grain bullet at 3250 fps; the current M855A1 cartridge, developed by FN, uses a 62.5-grain bullet at 3020 fps, offering greater range and better penetration. The civilian version of the 5.56X45mm is 223 Remington; the cartridges are dimensionally identical but military chamber dimensions and specifications for military brass are different. It is considered safe to use 223 Remington ammo in a 5.56X45MM NATO chamber, but not a good idea to use 5.56X45mm ammo in a rifle specifically chambered for the 223 Remington. Although the stopping power of .22-caliber bullets remains controversial the 5.56X45mm has served well in now multiple generations of M16 rifles. — Craig Boddington

Specifications
Specification   Value
Caliber   5.56mm NATO
Condition   New
     
MFG NO    ICDIR5BB16MLCAC
SKU    11235386
UPC    853677007779
Manufacturer
LWRC
Phone:   410-901-1348
Email:  
Website:   http://www.lwrci.com
Address:   815 Chesapeake Dr

Cambridge, MD 21613
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