Wilson Combat debuted the new Hunter AR-15 platform designed to deliver hard-hitting accuracy in a durable, lightweight package.
The Hunter series features three models offering various weights and attributes chambered in calibers like 6.5 Creedmoor, .260 Remington, 7mm08 Remington, .308 Winchester, .338 Federal and .358 Winchester. All three models hover around the seven pound mark, offering a rugged yet maneuverable rifle.
Wilson Combat says a majority of the lineup is guaranteed to shoot sub one-inch, three-shot groups at 100 yards.
“With the majority of the major components of the Hunter series designed and machined in our Berryville, Arkansas facility you can be assured that these new rifles have been thoroughly tested to be the best that a lightweight AR rifle can be,” the gun maker said in a press release.
The ARs boast in-house button-rifled, stainless match grade barrels in varying lengths in addition to low-mass bolt carriers and tune-able Wilson/SLR click-adjustable gas block.
Prices for the Hunter series start at $3,145, eventually climbing to $3,345.
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