The IC-A5 Pistol with SBA3 Brace is the latest model in the IC series. The IC-A5 Pistol is designed with a low profile 2 position adjustable gas block allowing the shooter to compensate for running a suppressor with the added benefit of our longer modular rail system.
The Monoforge™ upper receiver with LWRCI™ modular rail system is stronger and lighter. Access to the gas piston system is quick and easy by loosening 2 thumb screws on the IC-A5 Pistol.
Like all IC models the IC-A5 Pistol is constructed using the highest quality materials, built on a patented self-regulating short-stroke gas piston system, machined from materials that belong to the super alloy family of steel alloys most often used in aerospace, LWRCI™ raises the bar on reliability and ease of maintenance- delivering the highest level of performance.
Dual Control fully ambidextrous lower receiver includes bolt catch and release, magazine release and fire control access from both sides of the IC-A5 Pistol. LWRCI™ Enhanced Fire Control Group comes standard. Our investment castings are x-rayed for imperfections and nickel-boron coated for a smooth crisp trigger pull with positive reset.
The IC-A5 Pistol uses LWRCI™ manufactured- NiCorr treated cold Hammer Forged standard barrel. The LWRCI™ Nickel-boron coated bolt carrier delivers unparalleled wear resistance, corrosion resistance and permanent lubricity.
CALIBER: 5.56 NATO
MUZZLE THREADS: 1/2x28
RIFLING: 1:7" RH
- Full size IC features in a compact Pistol configuration built on the LWRCI™ patented self-regulating short stroke gas piston system
- LWRCI™ manufactured barrel is precisely torqued in our factory to a consistent torque setting, cold hammer forged- Nicorr treated with a 1:7 twist stabilizes a wide range of bullet types
- All LWRCI™ forgings are coined: the material is struck twice in the die for precise dimensional accuracy and a superior surface finish
- Custom extras include Magpul® MOE+® Grip delivers comfort and high-performance with wrap-around rubber overmolding for maximum weapon control in adverse environments