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AUSA Bound? You’d Better Stop By Wilcox Ind

Looks like Wilcox has a couple of new things to check out.

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10 Responses to “AUSA Bound? You’d Better Stop By Wilcox Ind”

  1. Burdy says:

    Well that was unexpected…

  2. Jeff S says:

    I’m intrigued by the BOSS 300, although I’m skeptical.

    • jbgleason says:

      This!

    • mac says:

      Its like a revised ITL MARS optic but with a ammo selection retricule/dot.

      • BillC says:

        That would be something, switchable reticles for various ammo (like a quick change between a certain super and a certain sub, but that’s why I have a 1-4x mil dot optic. I can easily change my zero for my supers and subs with a few clicks, albeit with a weight penalty).

    • BillC says:

      Yeah. The “trouble” with the 300 Blackout is the wide range of bullet weights. 110gr, 147gr, 150, 208, 220 etc.. Especially the way with 300 blackout for a lot of consumers is reloading, so velocity varies. This is assuming the the optic has a BDC and is calibrated for certain load and barrel length. However, it is easily possible to find at what distance each mark corresponds for the end user and the user’s cartridge (assuming it’s a BDC because it specifically states its a 300 Blackout Sighting System), if it differs from optic’s calibration.

      • Jeff S says:

        ^This.

        That’s why I’m a bit skeptical. It will be interesting to see how it deals with the various bullet weights and subsequent sub/supersonic aspects of the available rounds.

  3. Tcba_joe says:

    I love new laser season.

  4. mac says:

    Both exeptional pieces of equipment.