LWRC M6A2 SPR Review

Guns n Girls have reviewed the LWRC M6A2 SPR rifle along with some fantastic gun photography.

The M6A2 SPR gets its spiral fluting before going through the NiCorr treatment process. The fluting makes the barrel 20% lighter in weight and relieves any longitudinal stresses built up in the barrel. Those who have handled other gas piston AR15 rifles will notice a significant weight difference up front and that the SPR has a better balance.



Steve Johnson

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  • Andrew Tuohy

    Reads more like an advertisement than a review…

    • JumpIf NotZero

      Well, hey have to justify that T&E, so at SHOT when they are trying to get a Tavor or some new Sig/Colt/Whatever, their cv can say they are a reviewer for LWRC… So, more free stuff please!

    • RyanAnchors

      I am not trying to be argumentative, but the original source article says nothing about being a “review”.

      I enjoyed the gun-porn though.

    • ST4

      Agreed.

  • JumpIf NotZero

    Lol’ed

    Heavy parts, piston, NATO chamber, 14.7+pinned A2 option… Take the letters SPR off that, you’re doing it wrong.

  • michael

    gorgeous looking rifle and as an owner of 3 other LWRC’s, all I can say is I want one to add to the family.