Posted February 7, 2017 10:00 am by Comments

By Rob Garrett

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<div data-cycle-hash="lwrci-ic-a5-sbr-1" data-cycle-desc='"In March of 2016, the Secret Service released a solicitation for a new rifle. The basic specifications stated that the rifle could be no heavier than 7.5 pounds and no taller than 8.5 inches without accessories. It had to be chambered in 5.56mm NATO and utilize a 1-in-7-inch-twist barrel 10 to 12 inches long with a minimum service life of 20,000 rounds. The rifle could use the direct-impingement system or a short-stroke gas piston, but the fire control selector had to be ambidextrous. The rifle had to offer semi- and full-auto firing modes, but no burst-fire capability."' data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>


<div data-cycle-hash="lwrci-ic-a5-sbr-3" data-cycle-desc="The author mounted the foliage green test IC-A5 SBR upper on an older IC-PSD lower with a Patriot Brown Cerakote finish. Aside from LWRCI's Skirmish backup sights, the author added a SureFire light and FA556K suppressor as well as Aimpoint's Micro H-2 and 3X-C magnifier." data-cycle-overlay-template="{{desc}}“>IC-A5 SBR rifle

IC-A5 SBR secret service
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