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Wilson Combat UT-15 Urban Tactical W/Armor-Tuff .223 Rem.

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In spite of its great trigger and excellent workmanship with good materials, we could not justify the high price of the well made Wilson flat-top. Other guns offer as much for less money.

Wilson Combat UT-15 Urban Tactical W/Armor-Tuff .223 Rem.

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Wilson Combat's short rifle looked great, but with an as-tested price of over $2,300 with the scope, we though it was too costly. We also didn't like the high scope mounting.
Wilson's Tactical Targeting System mount placed the scope a mile in the air. This was partly because of a cute rear iron sight nestled beneath it. A large, slotted screw in the left side of the base gave windage adjustments to the aperture sight. We couldn't get this scope as far away from our eye as we wanted with this setup. Also, our face was not against the stock when using the scope, so shooting speed wasn't as good as it was with the ACOG unit. This rifle had an outstanding trigger pull.
The aperture sight is seen below the scope. Action and barrel were finished in Wilson's dull-green Armor Tuff.

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