WILSON COMBAT INTRODUCES THE “HARDEST HITTING AR CALIBER EVER PRODUCED” IN .458 HAM’R

Apr 20 , 2020

WILSON COMBAT INTRODUCES THE “HARDEST HITTING AR CALIBER EVER PRODUCED” IN .458 HAM’R

Wilson Combat has introduced what they’re calling the “hardest hitting AR carbine ever produced” chambered in .458 HAM’R.


The HAM’R is designed from concept to completion to be the hardest hitting, most powerful (practical size) AR platform carbine ever produced, exceeding the ballistics of the .450 Bushmaster, .458 SOCOM and .500 Beowulf. By using an AR10 size bolt and barrel extension, this new cartridge is capable of handling maximum pressures of 46,000 PSI while enabling it to exceed 3,000 foot pounds of energy from a short 18” barrel. The .458 HAM’R is more than capable of cleanly killing any animal in North America, stopping a vehicle or blasting through a brick wall. Using purpose designed “hybrid” length receivers, BCGs that are ¾” shorter than a standard AR10 and feeding from a Lancer AR15 magazine, Bill Wilson and the Wilson Combat engineering team have produced the ultimate heavy hitting semi-auto carbine.

Like most WC weapons, these new carbines aren’t cheap with a base price around $2,900.

Take a closer look at these new heavy hitters with the video below.

 


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6 Comments

  • 20 Apr 2020 Andy

    Yeah, we are going to need 30 and 50 round magazines.
    Its not the deer thats coming.
    A

  • 20 Apr 2020 Steven James

    I was told their running around $3300, > To rich for my blood.

  • 20 Apr 2020 bruce bissonette

    Awesome AR but it’s probably priced out of reach for the average person.

  • 20 Apr 2020 James wampler

    When can they be ordered and shipped to texas

  • 20 Apr 2020 Colin

    HOLY CRAP!



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