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WILSON COMBAT CQB 7.62 NATO/.308 HAM’R NIGHTFORCE ATACR CASED AMMO BATTLE LIGHT ++

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WILSON COMBAT WC-10 WILSON COMBAT CLOSE QUARTER BATTLE .308 / 7.62 NATO CALIBER SUPPRESSOR READY WITH NIGHTFORCE ATACR SOCOM ISSUE 1-8X, OWL BATTLE LIGHT, 400 RDS CASED AMMO, MFT W/ MAGPUL , LANCER, ++ ships as a “pick up and shoot” package with optics zeroed; simply pick up, load up, and shoot OR unfired your choice!

WILSON COMBAT CARBINE: Custom order custom build “Recon Tactical” in .308 Winchester or 7.62 NATO eats em all. Fluted barrel, suppressor ready with Rapid Thread Muzzle Brake. Supermatch barrel is 16 inches OAL = civilian legal. Suppressor screws on over the muzzle brake or remove the brake for direct thread 5/8×24. Invoice and itemization is in the pictures. “After rigorous testing and evaluation Wilson Combat is pleased to announce the availability of our new large format BILLet-AR rifles in .308 Winchester caliber. The .308 caliber rifle is an ideal choice for the hunter or long range shooter looking for an AR-style rifle with impressive down range ballistics. These all-new rifles utilize our in-house BILLet-AR receiver technology to build the next generation of lightweight but accurate and reliable semi-automatic rifles suitable for a variety of tactical and outdoor roles. This rifle is further enhanced with our renowned custom features like precision machined Match Grade barrels, M-LOK® handguard rail and crisp Tactical Trigger Units. These .308 rifles raise the bar for .308 AR accuracy and reliability. The rigid but lightweight BILLet-AR receiver allows us to build the lightest .308 frame AR on the market with the 7.7 pound Recon Tactical. 

CALIBER .308 VS .300 HAM’R VS .300 BLACKOUT: Ok so this is my opinion. Do not send me an email with your opinion; I don’t care. The .300 Blackout was derived from the 6.8 SPC with the original intent to put a 147 grain .30 caliber bullet in an AR rifle same same as a standard M4. Failed. Slightly. Needed a teeny bit bigger receiver so would not run with standard AR mags nor pop on an M4 lower. AAC came out and succeeded with the .300 AAC Blackout which can utilize a standard mil-spec lower and standard AR mags. Awesome! You have a .30 caliber CQB close quarter battle weapon which knocks down humanoids at close range better than the .223 and or 5.56 NATO and has been usurped for hunting medium sized game at close distance. Like 200 yards max. Rapidly becomes useless after a couple hundred yards. Wilson Combat then came out with the proprietary .300 HAM’R which is a bit better than the .300 Blackout but is still worthless past that 250-300 yard mark. Hey, ok , all is cool both are great pig stickers and great CQB platforms. But, um, gee.. why not just build a CQB 7.62 NATO carbine that weighs a whopping what 9 to 11 ounces more and does twice as much as both of those cartridges, has ammo availability worldwide, has bullets designed for competition, sniping humanoids, hunting game from yotes to Elk and Moose and Black Bear and for an experienced shooter has an effective range of 800 meters with a Tier One operator a range in excess of 1000 meters? Duh. Never quite understood that. Sorry. This carbine weighs the same as our standard .223 / 5.56 rifle meaning for all practical purposes it weighs the same as the Blackout or Ham’r but can reach and smackdown 2-3 times as far. Did I mention ammo is everywhere in the freaking world? Did I mention 7.62 NATO is a standard NATO cartridge? 

NIGHTFORCE ATACR MILITARY OPTICS: Military issue C653 ATACR 1-8×24 illuminated with the new DMx reticle. At 1x the optic is used as a red dot in CQB close quarter battle scenarios from 1 foot out to as far as you desire; by cranking up to 8x the ability to engage silhouettes at 800 meters and or make the “apricot” shot is apparent.  “Used today by Special Forces around the globe – Nightforce sets a new benchmark with the ultimate DMR (Designated Marksman Riflescope). The 8x zoom gives the operator more flexibility and a higher resolution from close quarter to mid-range scenarios while the large field of view and the outstanding optical quality create a perfect overview of the surroundings at all times. Bright daylight illumination, an intelligent reticle, very low-profile adjustments and bomb-proof reliability, with a field of view at 1x equivalent to open sights…but vastly more precise. The daylight visible, center red dot allows for rapid engagements like a red-dot sight. Unlike a red-dot, however, the 1-8x provides up to 8x zoom to help locate, identify and engage targets at the maximum effective range of most rifles. The intelligent FC-DM first focal plane reticle provides precise hold and hold-off points. The low-profile turrets are capped to prevent accidental adjustment and offer true .1 Mil-Radian adjustment. To aid in fast magnification adjustments, an integrated Power Throw Lever (PTL) is included”. See the reticle image in the pictures.. hey being redundant; at 1x power the scope is simply a “red dot”. Using the “both eyes open” method aka Eotech and or Aimpoint you have crystal nigh to 180 degree vision for room clearing or close quarter battle aka home defense..

CLOUD DEFENSIVE OWL BATTLE LIGHT: New rave fave. Over 250 meters of usable light with color distinction at 150 meters a no brainer. What gets me personally is there are no pressure pads, nor wires, nor tape. The OWL or “Optimized Weapons Light” has an integral pressure pad which means, with this carbine, the OWL is used as a handstop as your support hand literally stops at the light mechanisms front; this puts your thumb directly in line with the pressure pad for immediate use. It is also reversible or ambidextrous. Too much going on with this battle light and not enough time/room but you can Google “Cloud Defensive OWL” and read for an hour.

MINIMALIST “BUTTSTROKE” STOCK: Wilson Combat’s “Roger’s” stock was removed and thrown in the trash. Replaced by the MFT Battlelink™ Extreme Duty Minimalist Stock. Recognizing the need for a more robust stock capable of withstanding long term abuse delivered by larger caliber firearms and CQB, the “Extreme Duty” is one of the very few adjustable stocks rated as “Buttstroke Approved”. The stock not only will withstand a standard buttstroke but the reinforced metal chassis insures the proper stroke will fell your opponent. Keep in mind, dependent on circumstances, an extra stroke or two may be required. Angled non-slip rubberized removable buttpad allows faster presentation; multiple sling slots with single point mount points. Quick detach sling mounting point is positioned in the rear. Upper section provides enhanced cheek weld. Single MLOK connection point. Modular Buffer Tube Plunger System, reinforced with a metal chassis. This is a collapsible/adjustable stock. 

RADIAN RAPTOR CHARGING HANDLE: WC makes fine product but it irks me when they put a $7 charging handle and a $12 Rogers Super Stock on their premier equipment. I just don’t get it. We throw both away. Your carbine is upgraded with an ambidextrous Radian Raptor or Seekins Precision charging handle. These will allow for immediate charging with the Nightforce as they are slightly oversized and can be used gloved, index finger, dual handed, what have you.

AMMUNITION: Full 400 round unopened case of military issue 7.62 NATO M80 new manufacture. Brass, re-loadable. These are FMJ Full Metal Jacket rounds and are awesome for outdoor use, punching through car use, going to Syria to fight with the Kurds use. Not for home defense; these bullets will travel through all the walls in your house. For home defense, humanoid, yotes, deer, etc get frangible ammo designed for that application. Please.

MAGAZINES/ACCESSORIES: 1))) Five magazines; two 25 round magazines, two 20 round, and one 10 round. 2))) Magpul dual point adjustable sling with quick releases.  

COST/BUILD: Wilson Combat invoice is in the pictures 3145 + rapid thread 55 + swivel 15 + Wasteland Camo custom finish 200 + M-LOK rails 10 + S&H $77 total for the carbine only and one 10 round magazine is $3502; you need to add it up Alex! Order one with an 8-10 month wait. Maybe. Nightforce ATACR SOCOM issue model C653 $2850 out of stock everywhere; ours are in stock installed on JP Cantilever mounts another $225 (for the JP mount). Ammunition 400 rounds new manufacture $455 today. Magpul sling w/ QD $90.  Enhanced Buttstroke Minimalist stock installed $92. Radian Raptor Charging handle installed $103. Scope mount with box test and zero if requested $139. Five magazines includes 25 round Lancer warfighters $150. OWL Battle Light as described $444. Total to “build” your own and maybe get in 2022 would run $8060. Then add GB fees.. Az pays tax visa mc discover AMEX add 3.5%

Description

WILSON COMBAT WC-10 WILSON COMBAT CLOSE QUARTER BATTLE .308 / 7.62 NATO CALIBER SUPPRESSOR READY WITH NIGHTFORCE ATACR SOCOM ISSUE 1-8X, OWL BATTLE LIGHT, 400 RDS CASED AMMO, MFT W/ MAGPUL , LANCER, ++ ships as a “pick up and shoot” package with optics zeroed; simply pick up, load up, and shoot OR unfired your choice!

WILSON COMBAT CARBINE: Custom order custom build “Recon Tactical” in .308 Winchester or 7.62 NATO eats em all. Fluted barrel, suppressor ready with Rapid Thread Muzzle Brake. Supermatch barrel is 16 inches OAL = civilian legal. Suppressor screws on over the muzzle brake or remove the brake for direct thread 5/8×24. Invoice and itemization is in the pictures. “After rigorous testing and evaluation Wilson Combat is pleased to announce the availability of our new large format BILLet-AR rifles in .308 Winchester caliber. The .308 caliber rifle is an ideal choice for the hunter or long range shooter looking for an AR-style rifle with impressive down range ballistics. These all-new rifles utilize our in-house BILLet-AR receiver technology to build the next generation of lightweight but accurate and reliable semi-automatic rifles suitable for a variety of tactical and outdoor roles. This rifle is further enhanced with our renowned custom features like precision machined Match Grade barrels, M-LOK® handguard rail and crisp Tactical Trigger Units. These .308 rifles raise the bar for .308 AR accuracy and reliability. The rigid but lightweight BILLet-AR receiver allows us to build the lightest .308 frame AR on the market with the 7.7 pound Recon Tactical. 

CALIBER .308 VS .300 HAM’R VS .300 BLACKOUT: Ok so this is my opinion. Do not send me an email with your opinion; I don’t care. The .300 Blackout was derived from the 6.8 SPC with the original intent to put a 147 grain .30 caliber bullet in an AR rifle same same as a standard M4. Failed. Slightly. Needed a teeny bit bigger receiver so would not run with standard AR mags nor pop on an M4 lower. AAC came out and succeeded with the .300 AAC Blackout which can utilize a standard mil-spec lower and standard AR mags. Awesome! You have a .30 caliber CQB close quarter battle weapon which knocks down humanoids at close range better than the .223 and or 5.56 NATO and has been usurped for hunting medium sized game at close distance. Like 200 yards max. Rapidly becomes useless after a couple hundred yards. Wilson Combat then came out with the proprietary .300 HAM’R which is a bit better than the .300 Blackout but is still worthless past that 250-300 yard mark. Hey, ok , all is cool both are great pig stickers and great CQB platforms. But, um, gee.. why not just build a CQB 7.62 NATO carbine that weighs a whopping what 9 to 11 ounces more and does twice as much as both of those cartridges, has ammo availability worldwide, has bullets designed for competition, sniping humanoids, hunting game from yotes to Elk and Moose and Black Bear and for an experienced shooter has an effective range of 800 meters with a Tier One operator a range in excess of 1000 meters? Duh. Never quite understood that. Sorry. This carbine weighs the same as our standard .223 / 5.56 rifle meaning for all practical purposes it weighs the same as the Blackout or Ham’r but can reach and smackdown 2-3 times as far. Did I mention ammo is everywhere in the freaking world? Did I mention 7.62 NATO is a standard NATO cartridge? 

NIGHTFORCE ATACR MILITARY OPTICS: Military issue C653 ATACR 1-8×24 illuminated with the new DMx reticle. At 1x the optic is used as a red dot in CQB close quarter battle scenarios from 1 foot out to as far as you desire; by cranking up to 8x the ability to engage silhouettes at 800 meters and or make the “apricot” shot is apparent.  “Used today by Special Forces around the globe – Nightforce sets a new benchmark with the ultimate DMR (Designated Marksman Riflescope). The 8x zoom gives the operator more flexibility and a higher resolution from close quarter to mid-range scenarios while the large field of view and the outstanding optical quality create a perfect overview of the surroundings at all times. Bright daylight illumination, an intelligent reticle, very low-profile adjustments and bomb-proof reliability, with a field of view at 1x equivalent to open sights…but vastly more precise. The daylight visible, center red dot allows for rapid engagements like a red-dot sight. Unlike a red-dot, however, the 1-8x provides up to 8x zoom to help locate, identify and engage targets at the maximum effective range of most rifles. The intelligent FC-DM first focal plane reticle provides precise hold and hold-off points. The low-profile turrets are capped to prevent accidental adjustment and offer true .1 Mil-Radian adjustment. To aid in fast magnification adjustments, an integrated Power Throw Lever (PTL) is included”. See the reticle image in the pictures.. hey being redundant; at 1x power the scope is simply a “red dot”. Using the “both eyes open” method aka Eotech and or Aimpoint you have crystal nigh to 180 degree vision for room clearing or close quarter battle aka home defense..

CLOUD DEFENSIVE OWL BATTLE LIGHT: New rave fave. Over 250 meters of usable light with color distinction at 150 meters a no brainer. What gets me personally is there are no pressure pads, nor wires, nor tape. The OWL or “Optimized Weapons Light” has an integral pressure pad which means, with this carbine, the OWL is used as a handstop as your support hand literally stops at the light mechanisms front; this puts your thumb directly in line with the pressure pad for immediate use. It is also reversible or ambidextrous. Too much going on with this battle light and not enough time/room but you can Google “Cloud Defensive OWL” and read for an hour.

MINIMALIST “BUTTSTROKE” STOCK: Wilson Combat’s “Roger’s” stock was removed and thrown in the trash. Replaced by the MFT Battlelink™ Extreme Duty Minimalist Stock. Recognizing the need for a more robust stock capable of withstanding long term abuse delivered by larger caliber firearms and CQB, the “Extreme Duty” is one of the very few adjustable stocks rated as “Buttstroke Approved”. The stock not only will withstand a standard buttstroke but the reinforced metal chassis insures the proper stroke will fell your opponent. Keep in mind, dependent on circumstances, an extra stroke or two may be required. Angled non-slip rubberized removable buttpad allows faster presentation; multiple sling slots with single point mount points. Quick detach sling mounting point is positioned in the rear. Upper section provides enhanced cheek weld. Single MLOK connection point. Modular Buffer Tube Plunger System, reinforced with a metal chassis. This is a collapsible/adjustable stock. 

RADIAN RAPTOR CHARGING HANDLE: WC makes fine product but it irks me when they put a $7 charging handle and a $12 Rogers Super Stock on their premier equipment. I just don’t get it. We throw both away. Your carbine is upgraded with an ambidextrous Radian Raptor or Seekins Precision charging handle. These will allow for immediate charging with the Nightforce as they are slightly oversized and can be used gloved, index finger, dual handed, what have you.

AMMUNITION: Full 400 round unopened case of military issue 7.62 NATO M80 new manufacture. Brass, re-loadable. These are FMJ Full Metal Jacket rounds and are awesome for outdoor use, punching through car use, going to Syria to fight with the Kurds use. Not for home defense; these bullets will travel through all the walls in your house. For home defense, humanoid, yotes, deer, etc get frangible ammo designed for that application. Please.

MAGAZINES/ACCESSORIES: 1))) Five magazines; two 25 round magazines, two 20 round, and one 10 round. 2))) Magpul dual point adjustable sling with quick releases.  

COST/BUILD: Wilson Combat invoice is in the pictures 3145 + rapid thread 55 + swivel 15 + Wasteland Camo custom finish 200 + M-LOK rails 10 + S&H $77 total for the carbine only and one 10 round magazine is $3502; you need to add it up Alex! Order one with an 8-10 month wait. Maybe. Nightforce ATACR SOCOM issue model C653 $2850 out of stock everywhere; ours are in stock installed on JP Cantilever mounts another $225 (for the JP mount). Ammunition 400 rounds new manufacture $455 today. Magpul sling w/ QD $90.  Enhanced Buttstroke Minimalist stock installed $92. Radian Raptor Charging handle installed $103. Scope mount with box test and zero if requested $139. Five magazines includes 25 round Lancer warfighters $150. OWL Battle Light as described $444. Total to “build” your own and maybe get in 2022 would run $8060. Then add GB fees.. Az pays tax visa mc discover AMEX add 3.5%

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