Wilson Combat Announces New .308 Win.-Pattern AR-Style Rifles

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posted on October 23, 2014
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After rigorous testing and evaluation Wilson Combat is pleased to announce the availability of our new large format BILLet-AR rifles in .308 Win. 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 the company's 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 Wilson Combat's renowned custom features like precision machined Match Grade barrels, T.R.I.M hand guard rail and crisp Tactical Trigger Units.

These .308 rifles raise the bar for .308 Win. AR accuracy and reliability.

The rigid but lightweight BILLet-AR receiver allows Wilson to build the lightest .308 Win. frame AR on the market with the 7.7 pound Tactical Lightweight Model that has a lightweight 14.7-inch barrel and pinned muzzle device as standard.

Medium, Recon profile 16-inch and 18-inch fluted or standard barrel models are also available for shooters seeking maximum precision and all around long range performance in a slightly heavier but portable package.

Wilson Combat's receivers have been designed to accept commonly available metal or polymer "SR-25" pattern magazines. Numerous finish options, muzzle device, various rail lengths and other custom features are also available.

These rifles have the Wilson Combat performance you can trust along with the company's 100 percent Customer Satisfaction pledge.

For More Information please visit: http://wilsoncombat.com/new/308-project.asp

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