Wilson Combat Releases the All-New 300 HAM’R Cartridge & Rifles

Bill Wilson 300 HAM'R Ranch Rifle Package
Bill Wilson 300 HAM'R Ranch Rifle Package

Berryville, Arkansas-(Ammoland.com)- Wilson Combat is pleased to announce the availability of the all new 300 HAM’R cartridge, rifles, loaded ammunition, barrels, components and accessories.

The 300 HAM’R cartridge was developed by Bill Wilson for optimal terminal performance and offers near .308 Winchester effectiveness, amazing accuracy and low recoil in the lightweight and compact AR-15 platform with no reduction in magazine capacity. Terminal performance testing on over 200 Texas feral hogs has proven it to kill much more effectively than the 6.5 Grendel, 6.8 SPC, 7.62×39 or 300 Blackout.

Due to the optimization of bullet weight to barrel twist, accuracy has proven to be outstanding. Sub one-inch groups are the norm with multiple bullet choices for varying applications such as hunting, target shooting and tactical use. Undoubtedly the 300 HAM’R will be compared to the popular 300 BLACKOUT or 7.62×39 and ballistics of the 300 HAM’R far exceeds the 300 BLACKOUT and 7.62×39 in both velocity and energy when utilizing 110-150gr bullets.

300 HAM’R ballistics even meet or exceed the ballistics of the famed 30-30 rifle cartridge with bullets in the 110-130 grain range.

A FEW OTHER FACTS ABOUT THE 300 HAM’R

  • The 300 HAM’R has 18% more retained velocity, 40% more energy and a 56% flatter trajectory than the 300 BLACKOUT at 200 yards.
  • Enhanced reliability due to the longer gas systems, 16.25” is mid-gas and the 18”/20” are intermediate gas system.
  • Any AR15 platform rifle can be converted to 300 HAM’R with a simple barrel change and the use of 300 Blackout magazines.
  • The 300 HAM’R with its 1-15 twist match grade barrel is optimized for accuracy with 110gr to 135gr bullets.
  • Factory Starline produced 300 HAM’R cases are available, but cases can be made from common and available 5.56/.223 cases.
  • The 300 HAM’R has a 300 FPS velocity and 400 FP energy advantage over the 300 BLACKOUT at the muzzle.
  • 300 HAM’R rifles and barrels are available in 16.25”, 18” and 20” lengths with different profiles.

Available Models

Ultralight Ranger

Our Ranger profile match-grade, fluted and tapered barrel paired with our lightweight upper/lower receiver and carbon fiber stock create a fast-handling carbine that is an ideal choice where light weight is a prerequisite.

300 HAM'R Ultralight Ranger Rifle
300 HAM'R Ultralight Ranger Rifle

Specifications

  • Caliber: 300 HAM’R
  • Barrel Length: 16” (TR-300HRAMG16RT15)
  • Overall Length: 33”
  • Weight Empty: 6 lbs

Features

  • Lightweight Billet Upper (Flat Top) and Billet Lower Receiver
  • Wilson Combat Ranger Round Threaded Match Grade Barrel
  • Threaded Muzzle (5/8×24) with Q-Comp
  • Wilson Combat 12” M-LOK Rail with Three Wilson Combat Rail Covers
  • Smoke/Wilson Combat Composite Carbon Fiber Buttstock
  • Wilson Combat TTU (Tactical Trigger Unit) M2, 4#
  • Premium Mil-Spec Bolt and Bolt Carrier, MP Inspected, NP3
  • Wilson Combat/BCM Starburst Gunfighter Grip, Black
  • Armor-Tuff Finish applied over Mil-Spec Hard Anodized Upper/Lower Receivers (Green/Black Standard – Other Colors and Camo Optional)

MSRP: $2,750

Ranger

Our Ranger profile match-grade, tapered barrel paired with our lightweight upper/lower receiver create a fast-handling general purpose AR carbine that is an ideal tactical, defense or hunting gun where light weight is a prerequisite.

300 HAM'R Ranger Rifle
300 HAM'R Ranger Rifle

Specifications

  • Caliber: 300 HAM’R
  • Barrel Length: 16” (TR-300HRAMG16RT15)
  • Overall Length: 33.5” Collapsed, 36.5” Extended
  • Weight Empty: 6 lbs 4 oz (WC-15 Platform)

Features

  • Lightweight Billet Upper (Flat Top) and Billet Lower Receiver
  • Wilson Combat Ranger Round Threaded Match Grade Barrel
  • Threaded Muzzle (5/8×24) with Q-Comp
  • Wilson Combat 12” M-LOK Rail with three Wilson Combat Rail Covers
  • Rogers/Wilson Super-Stoc
  • Wilson Combat TTU (Tactical Trigger Unit) M2, 4#
  • Premium Mil-Spec Bolt and Bolt Carrier, MP Inspected, NP3
  • Wilson Combat/BCM Starburst Gunfighter Grip, Black
  • Armor-Tuff Finish applied over Mil-Spec Hard Anodized Upper/Lower Receivers (Green/Black Standard – Other Colors and Camo Optional)

MSRP: $2,650

Tactical Hunter

The Tactical Hunter is the ideal AR for hunting or general tactical and defensive use. The threaded, match-grade button rifled barrel is tuned for suppressed or non-suppressed shooting.

300 HAM'R Tactical Hunter Rifle
300 HAM'R Tactical Hunter Rifle

Specifications

  • Caliber: 300 HAM’R
  • Barrel Length: 18” round threaded (TR-300HTHIG18RT15) 18” fluted threaded (TR-300HTHIG18FT15) 20” round threaded (TR-300HTHIG20RT15) or 20” fluted threaded (TR-300HTHIG20FT15)
  • Overall Length: 33.5” Collapsed, 36.5” Extended (18” Barrel) and 35.5” Collapsed, 38.5” Extended (20” Barrel)
  • Weight Empty: 6 lbs 7 oz (18” Fluted Barrel), 6 lbs 9 oz (20” Fluted Barrel)

Features

  • Lightweight Billet Upper (Flat Top) and Billet Lower Receiver
  • Wilson Combat Tactical Hunter Match Grade Barrel
  • Threaded Muzzle (5/8×24) with Thread Protector
  • Wilson Combat 12” M-LOK Rail with Three Wilson Combat Rail Covers
  • Rogers/Wilson Super-Stoc
  • Wilson Combat TTU (Tactical Trigger Unit) M2, 4#
  • Premium Mil-Spec Bolt and Bolt Carrier, MP Inspected, NP3
  • BCM Charging Handle, Small Latch
  • Wilson Combat/BCM Starburst Gunfighter Grip, Black
  • Armor-Tuff Finish applied over Mil-Spec Hard Anodized Upper/Lower Receivers (Green/Black Standard – Other Colors and Camo Optional)

MSRP: $2,600 (Non-Fluted) $2,650 (Fluted)

Ultralight Hunter

This light and compact model features our lightweight billet receiver, lightweight bolt carrier, Wilson Combat M-LOK rail, ultralight profile barrel and carbon fiber stock.

300 HAM'R Ultralight Hunter Rifle
300 HAM'R Ultralight Hunter Rifle

Specifications

  • Caliber: 300 HAM’R
  • Barrel Length: 18” (TR-300HHTIG18FC15)
  • Overall Length: 35.5”
  • Weight Empty: 6 lbs 3 oz

Features

  • Lightweight Billet Upper (Flat Top) and Billet Lower Receiver
  • Wilson Combat Hunter Fluted Crowned Match Grade Barrel
  • Crowned Muzzle
  • Wilson Combat 12” M-LOK Rail with Three Wilson Combat Rail Covers
  • Ergo Ladder Top Rail Cover, 18 Slot, Black
  • Smoke/Wilson Combat Composite Carbon Fiber Buttstock
  • Wilson Combat TTU (Tactical Trigger Unit) M2, 4#
  • Premium Mil-Spec Bolt and Bolt Carrier, MP Inspected, NP3
  • Wilson Combat/BCM Starburst Gunfighter Grip, Black
  • Armor-Tuff Finish applied over Mil-Spec Hard Anodized Upper/Lower Receivers (Green/Black Standard – Other Colors and Camo Optional)

MSRP: $2,800

Bill Wilson Ranch Rifle Package

Designed by Bill Wilson and tested on the Circle WC Ranch to meet all your hunting and defense needs, the Ranch Rifle is the exact configuration that Bill uses on a daily basis.

Bill Wilson 300 HAM'R Ranch Rifle Package
Bill Wilson 300 HAM'R Ranch Rifle Package

Specifications

  • Caliber: 300 HAM’R
  • Barrel Length: 18” (TR-300HBWRIG18RT15)
  • Overall Length: 35.5”
  • Weight Empty: 6 lbs 2 oz (without optic)

Features

  • Lightweight Billet Upper (Flat Top) and Billet Lower Receiver
  • Bill Wilson Ranch Rifle Round Threaded Match Grade Barrel with Circle WC Ranch Logo
  • Threaded Muzzle (5/8×24) with Thread Protector
  • Wilson Combat 12” M-LOK Rail with Three Wilson Combat Rail Covers, Green
  • Ergo Ladder Top Rail Cover, 18 Slot, Black
  • Smoke Composite Carbon Fiber Closed Shoulder Buttstock
  • Wilson Combat TTU (Tactical Trigger Unit) M2, 4#
  • Premium Mil-Spec Bolt and Bolt Carrier, MP Inspected, NP3
  • Wilson Combat/BCM Starburst Gunfighter Grip, Black
  • Armor-Tuff Finish applied over Mil-Spec Hard Anodized Upper/Lower Receivers (Green/Black Standard – Forest Camo Optional)
  • Wilson Combat Lightweight Scope Rings
  • Trijicon Accupoint 3-9×40 Green Dot Riflescope Mounted and Zeroed

MSRP: $3,650

*Photos may include features and/or upgrades not included in the base price.


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Docasan

Seems like the 7.92×33mm Kurz made to fit an AR. Like the AR should have been.

Bill
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Bill

6.5 Grendel fm Underwood 110 gr= 1900 ft lbs
Wolf 110 gr 1500 ft lbs
All fm 16” barrels
Target/ hunting all good w available ammo!

Mike Lye
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Mike Lye

My 300 blk upper from BCA consistently prints 1″ groups at 100 yds with no effort. Mild recoil and consistency makes it one of my favorite range guns that don’t bruise my shoulder like my 270 or 308.
But if Wilson and other mfg’s can cram more velocity and terminal energy in a 300 blk-like gun, I’m all for it. Just waiting for major ammo manufacturers to jump on the bandwagon so commercial ammo is readily available.

Roy
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Roy

Has anyone heard if any ammo manufactures are getting on board with this caliber?

Colton Hathaway
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Colton Hathaway

I have heard of Speer, Hornady, and two others supposedly already making ammo for these

timber2
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timber2

Not that 2″ of barrel is going to yield a major change in velocity, but the published velocities on the boxes of HAM’R are all from 18″ barrels vs.16″ BLK ammo numbers. There is also data on the website comparing the BLK and HAM’R using 16.25″ barrels, but this data is almost identical to the 18″ barrel velocities. I safely load 300BLK with the 125gr/H110 to 2,300 ft/sec in a 16″ barrel and would expect another 50-100 ft/sec with another 2″ of barrel. As with most manufacturers, I’m sure the data is a bit askew, and practical data is already… Read more »

Badtrevor
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Badtrevor

Wondering if a 300aac will chamber n fire in these..

peter jubie
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peter jubie

I emailed Wilson Combat about this thought. Yes it can, but the Ham’r is a longer case and the ejection of the spent case will not work.

1298
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1298

No, it can’t. Different length cartridge.

John
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John

The prices for these AR’s are ridiculous. I’d rather have a Tavor with several interchangeable barrels (7.62, 300 BO, 5.56, 9mm) and use the rest of the money I saved for ammo, food and gas.

Bill
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Bill

Where are the barrels available and at what cost? I didn’t see them on the Wilson website. Thanks, bill

Daniel
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Daniel

I just purchased one today from there website. Not sure why you had a problem. Make sure you go to the ‘full site’.
I’ve purchased a new 300 ham’r barrell and 4 boxes of ammo with no problem.

Daniel
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Daniel

I’m the first to admit I’m not a expert in ballistic’s but this round sounds exactly what I’ve been looking for. I own Ar’s in 5.56 and 300 blackout and a AK 47. Also a Barr ll in 308 and 2 Remington 700’s in 30-06 and 308. That said, I’ve wanted a AR in 308. When I read about the Ham’r I was impressed but didn’t want to spend that kind of money on a new rifle. So… I just purchased one of the barrels and will drop it in one of my AR 15’s. When I get it in… Read more »

Grugg
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Grugg

I will stick with my 6.5 Grendel Works well Shoots well, Using new power the Grendel will prove to be a Contender. I see no real difference from a .264 to .300 Cal for killing. The Grendel holds its power at a greater distance than the 300. Ok so bill wants to sell more guns, I AM fine with that. Bill publish Ballistics if you dare. This is the same thing that happens with the Val .224 After outside testing the round did not hold up to the original Federal testing.

Michael
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Michael

Way overpriced for the little extra you get out of it compared to what’s already available

Glenn Howse
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Glenn Howse

Too much money to spend on an unknown. Stop trying to re-invent the wheel and start perfecting what is out there.

Travis Johnson
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Travis Johnson

Ruger demonstrated a few years ago that the 7.62×39 was ballistically similar to the .30-30. If you AR guys wanna rag on Russian manufacturing just say that, there is a reason they haven’t released any ballistic info, it’s all hear-say.

Bill
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Bill

It’s too bad that the article didn’t compare the 300 hammr to extsring equivalents, like the 450 bushmaster and socomm. I wonder I’d the ammo pressure is higher to generate greater velocity or ??

crazy carl
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crazy carl

Little more gas at the piston and barrel makes it slightly better then the 300blk over 100yrds to 250yrds pending on what weight of bullet but subsonic hardly makes a difference at all in gel test

Erich K. Rubel
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Erich K. Rubel

A light bullet and fast burning powder, with a 1:15 twist so the bullet doesn’t over stabilize. A 5.56 case can only hold so much powder, so I don’t understand what really differentates it from the 300 BO, except for the barrel twist.

Gregory Peter DuPont
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Gregory Peter DuPont

Could you maybe put out the specs and ballistics of the.300 Hammr? I don’t need someone to jerk off about the high MSRP Wilson Combat rifles. Yeah I know they’re great. How ethd caliber info please?

Sammy Hernandez
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Sammy Hernandez

*”With the use of 300 Blackout magazines” (?) I thought that 300BLK used standard AR-15 magazines for the. 223REM/5.56NATO cartridges. I’m confused.

Dave Davy
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Dave Davy

Lol they are but I’m you can find a company that will gladly take your money and for the standard AR15 Mag and calling it an *300aac blackout specific mag”

Double J
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Double J

Some mags have a rib that interferes with long/heavy bullets. Lancer AWMs have shaken out to be the best mags for feeding all flavors of 300blk…notice what they’ve got crammed into the bottom of each of these crazy expensive rifles.

Lethenf
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Lethenf

It does, though I’ve read about feeding problems of 300 blk in some cheap poly mags. A couple companies have put out .300 blk specific poly mags. Never read or heard of any issue from GI metal mags barring a few loaded to Max that we’re not broken in