You know the saying, “only accurate guns are interesting” . Well, the Wilson Combat 308 with the 18″ fluted barrel is VERY interesting. It has proven to be very accurate and extremely important to me, especially for a 308 is that it is not finicky and shoots well with multiple types of ammo. I have shot it with 165-178g ammo of about 10 different types. All of them have the same point of impact. Even out to 500 yards. I have shot this gun and made hits out to 1K. For hunting I would feel comfortable running several different loads of 165/168g ammo out to 400, 500 on a calm day. If it is windy, of course the 175/178s work better at 500 and beyond. In this video I run from 2-600 yards in 100 yard increments. (special thanks to Copperhead Creek shooting range in Marble Falls, TX). Optic on the 308 is a Bushnell LRHS (this is a fantastic scope) and the suppressor is a Templar Tactical Archangel.
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