Complete Upper Assembly, 7.62x40 WT, SBR Tactical, Forged Receiver, 11.3", 12 Twist


Complete Upper Assembly, 7.62x40 WT, SBR Tactical, Forged Receiver, 11.3
Item Number: TR-762SBR11UP
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Detailed Description

7.62x40 WT

The 7.62x40 WT was developed by Wilson Combat to a reliable .30 caliber solution for the AR platform with enhanced power, range and accuracy over other .30 caliber AR chamberings. It uses a standard bolt and a slightly modified, standard magazine.  

Designed for tactical/defense applications as well as hunting for medium sized game such as deer and feral hogs. The 7.62x40 WT has very useful tactical applications with soft point and hollow point bullets providing reliable terminal performance on soft tissue while the Barnes TTSX will easily penetrate tough barriers. For hunting the 7.62x40 WT vastly out performs the 5.56 and is on par with the 6.8SPC at ranges out to 175-200 yards. The very mild recoil of the 7.62x40 WT also makes it ideal for female and younger shooters as well as anyone that’s recoil sensitive.

The 7.62x40 WT is based on the inexpensive and readily available 5.56x45 NATO cartridge case. The 5.56 case is shortened to 1.560” and then re-sized (single operation) in a standard 7.62x40 WT sizing die which results in a formed 7.62x40 WT case with a finished overall case length of 1.565”. The cartridge is designed for 110-150gr .308” diameter bullets loaded to supersonic velocities, but if chambered in a 1-8 twist barrel is also suitable for heavy bullet subsonic use also. An adjustable gas block is typically not required when switching from supersonic to subsonic. Loaded ammunition, components and modified magazines are available from Wilson Combat.

Q: May a FFL or an individual legally possess the parts to manufacture an SBR or SBS as long as no firearms are actually assembled?

A FFL (Type-7 or Type-10) who pays the Special Occupational Tax (SOT) may possess parts required to assemble NFA firearms. A non-licensee or FFL who has not paid the SOT is required to register any NFA firearm via an ATF Form 1 (5320.1) prior to acquisition of the parts required to assemble such a firearm. 
 

Upper Specifications

 Upper Receiver  Forged 7075-T6
 Laser Etching  Wilson Combat Logo and Caliber
 T.R.I.M.  Tactical Rail Interface, 10.4"
 Gas Block  Lo-Profile
 Bolt Carrier Assembly  NP3 Plated
 Muzzle Device  Accu-Tac Flash Hider
 Finish  Armor-Tuff® on Upper Receiver and Barrel

 

Barrel Specifications

 Chamber  7.62 x 40 WT
 Feed Ramps  M4 Style
 Gas Block Seat  .750" Diameter by .920" Length - Dimpled for Set Screw
 Gas System  Carbine Length
 Length  11.3"
 Material  Stainless Steel, Type 416R, Barrel Grade
 Muzzle Threads  5/8" x 24
 Profile  SBR Tactical
 Rifling  1:12, RH, Precision Button Rifling
 Weight  24 oz.

(Note From ATF Website)

Q: May a FFL or an individual legally possess the parts to manufacture an SBR or SBS as long as no firearms are actually assembled?

A FFL (Type-7 or Type-10) who pays the Special Occupational Tax (SOT) may possess parts required to assemble NFA firearms. A non-licensee or FFL who has not paid the SOT is required to register any NFA firearm via an ATF Form 1 http://www.atf.gov/files/forms/download/atf-f-5320-1.pdf (5320.1) prior to acquisition of the parts required to assemble such firearm.

 

  TR-762SBR11 Schematic

  7.62x40 WT Test Target