Pairing a top-of-the-line optic to one of the top AR-15s on the market just seems to make sense, doesn’t it? It made sense to LWRC International and to Aimpoint. That’s why the two companies have partnered to bring such a high-value promotion to consumers.
Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing David Ridley said, “LWRCI has partnered with Aimpoint to offer what we believe is a true ‘Step-Up’ promotion from anything out there. This program is designed to deliver ultimate value to the commercial consumer by bringing together two high-performance brands with an amazing promotion that will make an impact in the marketplace.” LWRC builds a highly accurate and extremely reliable AR-15-based on its patented self-regulating short-stroke gas-piston system. LWRC’s heavy barrels are cold-hammer forged from 41V45 steel alloy and are NiCorr treated. All AR-15s from LWRC have match-grade Geissele fire control groups, as well as a proprietary nickel-coated bolt carrier and are made in the U.S.A.
Most of LWRC’s rifle platforms—IC-5.56, SIX 8 6.8 SPC and R.E.P.R. 7.62—are included in the free Aimpoint promotion with the exception of the Legacy M6 and NFA models. The purchased rifle must be new in the box from an authorized dealer. During the promotion period, rifles will be shipped without back-up iron sights (BUIS).
Aimpoint’s Micro T-1 red dot sight has a 2 MOA dot, 50,000 hours continuous use rating, precision adjustments, four night vision-compatible settings, eight daylight settings and a special lens coating. It comes with a 39mm spacer and Aimpoint LRP mount. For more details on the Aimpoint Micro T-1, read “Aimpoint T-1 vs. T-2 Comparison and Review Video” on the Shooter’s Log.
Receiving your free Aimpoint Micro will be handled through your FFL dealer and LWRCI and not through Cheaper Than Dirt! To get your free Aimpoint, you will need to show proof of purchase, the rebate request form, a copy of your 4473 form and UPC sticker. For questions or more information, contact LWRC at 410-901-1348.
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Click here to download the rebate form. For more rebates and promotions, see the bottom of our Free and Almost Free June 2015 post.