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    Default AR-15 round better than a .30-.30

    So apparently the 300 Blackout has been upstaged by the Wilson Combat's 300 HAM'R cartridge. Anyone seen the new WC "Ranch Rifle" yet? How awesome is it?

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    Eh. My 6.5 Grendel would kick a 30-30's ass.

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    Just wondering if the 300 HAM'R is all that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChillerDr View Post
    Just wondering if the 300 HAM'R is all that?
    Sorry, I haven't actually heard of it yet. I'll definitely Google it. I'm all about keeping up with technology.

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    I'll stick with my 5$ a box 5.56mm.
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    Haven't heard of it yet. There can only be so much case capacity and so much bullet weight, so I can't imagine much of a difference compared to anything else with similar bullet weights. Have any specs?
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    The 300 HAM'R was developed from the .223 Rem. The neck has been expanded to .30 caliber. There are bullets from 110 to 150 grains. The case is 1.603" with a 30 degree neck angle.

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    Interesting. Sounds like a longer case than .300 blk and a little bit lighter bullet.
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    It's kind of crazy how often the gun industry relates things to hog hunting currently.
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