The LWRC M6-IC (Individual Carbine) was developed in response to the requirements of the US Army's Individual Carbine program. It features fully ambidextrous controls on the lower receiver: dual controls for the bolt catch, magazine release, and safety selector. The upper receiver is the evolution of the SPR platform introduced in 2011. It has a two position gas block not unlike the M6A3. The settings are for normal and suppressed fire. The user configurable rail system is similar to the one found on the SPR and REPR weapon systems. The hand guards are slim and highly ergonomic for shooters and enable the operator to have M1913 Picatinny rails where he needs them and not where he doesn't. Current production LWRC M6 IC rifles are as shown, which 14.7" cold hammer-forged barrels with their muzzle devices pinned in place, bringing the overall length to a legal 16". New rubberized Magpul MOE pistol grips and LWRC shorty SOPMOD stocks are standard equipment, as is the ambidextrous charging handle and Skirmish flip-up front and rear sights. You'll also notice a scallop in the shell deflector that is unique to the M6 IC. If you're interested in becoming an LWRC M6-IC owner, please contact On Point Firearms.