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WTS: NIB Lwrc Rifle Fde 5.56

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Lwrc DI Rifle Fde 5.56
$1425.00 Plus 15.00 Nics and NJ Tax.

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BRAND: LWRC
MODEL:
 DI (ICDIR5CK16MAG)
CALIBER: 223 Rem | 5.56 NATO
STOCK/FRAME:
CAPACITY: 15+1
BARREL: 16.1 pinned Muzzle Brake
ACTION: Semi-Auto
SIGHTS: Magpul MBUS Fron and Rear
FINISH: Flat Dark Earth Cerakote
INFO: LWRCI Modular One-Piece, Free-float Rail, Rail Panels, angled fore grip and Hand Stop Included, Cold Hammer-Forged, Nicorr Treated, Spiral Fluted 16.1 Barrel, Price includes all NJ Compliance work.

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