- 7.62x51 / .308 REPR Tactical Rifle
- 16" hammer forged barrel
- Two position gas regulator adjustment
- Non-reciprocating side charging handle
- Enhanced trigger
- Skirmish back up sights
- Completely ambidextrous
- Tier 1 Grade
The LWRC R.E.P.R. 16" Non Fluted Rifle (.308/7.62x51) is a full spectrum weapon system designed to put devastating 7.62mm NATO rounds on target in a variety of roles. The R.E.P.R. rifle allows a marksman to perform assaulter duty with the 16” barreled upper installed, and the capacity to switch to a sniper role simply by changing to the 20” barreled upper (not included). The extra upper receiver assembly can be carried in a backpack and takes up less room and weighs less than carrying a separate rifle.
The R.E.P.R. rifle utilizes a patented self-regulating AND 2 position adjustable gas piston (normal and suppressed), short-stroke gas-piston operating system, ensuring unparalleled reliability in the harshest theaters of operation. A side-mounted, non reciprocating charging handle allows the shooter to perform reloads without removing their eyes from the target, and prevents any gas blowback to the face when using a suppressor. The ARM-R rails are easily removable and reinstalled with a hex key and provide a 100% return to zero for optics and lasers. The 16" Barrel is a cold hammer forged bull barrel that has been NiCCor (Melonite) treated for longevity and extreme accuracy. The Bolt Carrier Group is arguably the most durable made. The Bolt Carrier and Enhanced Combat Bolt are both nickel-alloy coated and requires very little lubrication. LWRC Bolt Carrier Groups are designed to exceed 20,000 rounds.
Caliber: 7.62 NATO/.308 Winchester
Barrel Length: 16."
Weight (unloaded): 9.3lbs (16.1")
Length (overall): 40.7" (16.1")
Rate of Fire: 55 RPM (Sustained ROF)
Rifling: 1/10" RH
Stock/Pistol Grip: 16" B5 Systems SOPMOD, Magpul MIAD Grip
Sights: LWRCI Folding BUIS Front and Rear
Magazine: Magpul 20 rd. PMAG 20LR (10 round in ban states)
Muzzle Device: A2 Birdcage 5/8x24 TPI
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