This year at shot Show 2015 LWRC has brought three new guns to the table that are more than just innovative–they are also absolutely awesome.
First on the table is the IC-A5. Developed from the M6 line of rifles, the A5 is the epitome of the Piston driven AR-15. The rifle is extremely rugged, but still light. It comes in at 7 Lbs. The rifle has fully ambidextrous controls, which gives its user the ability to run the gun from left or right hand with great efficiency. The rifles overall weight is achieved by its spiral fluted barrel and a mono-forged upper receiver. The rifle is available in Patriot Brown, OD Green, and Flat Dark Earth Cerakote finishes and has a nickel boron treated bolt carrier group. The rifle is chambered in 5.56/.223 but has a brother In 6.8 SPC, your interested in better terminal ballistics.
The second rifle on the table is such a recent development that little is actually known about the gun. It is the called the C.S.A.S.S. or Compact Semi-automatic Sniper System. Directly descending from the R.E.P.R., this rifle drops the FAL charging handle and takes AR-10 controls. The rifle is fully ambidextrous and shares most of the same features as the IC-A5. The rifle has a 24-position gas system and is fully adjustable to best suit your ammunition as well as your suppressor needs.
The last weapon to be released at SHOT is the SMG-45. The SMG is a pistol caliber carbine developed for police and military use. That said, we should see a civilian model by 2016. The SMG-45 is a delayed blowback .45acp carbine that utilizes H&K UMP magazines. It is fully ambidextrous, and the Charging handle can even be swapped to the right side. The SMG is a compact package . If you want to conceal the carbine, or just make storage easier, the gun has a folding stock that reduces length by nearly 10 inches.
Make sure to keep an eye out for these guns in the coming year.