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  1. General Gun Discussion
    Hey Guys, Recently bought the Wilson Combat EDCX9 S and I cannot say enough good things about it. However, let’s just be honest. It’s a sub-compact 1911 and that presents its own challenges (especially for a lefty). While they hit it out of the park on this (and I mean a Grand Slam), they have...
  2. Wilson Combat
    Purchased a a new WC edc x9 a little over a week ago. Ran 500 rounds through the pistol in little over a week. So far it runs like a sewing machine! I have many different 9mm loads, Blazer 115, WWB 115 and 124, Speer gold dot, Federal American Eagle 124. Best target Ammo so far is FAE 124. This...
  3. Gunsmithing & Troubleshooting
    Recently rebuilt an ATI government 1911. I chose a cheap gun as I am learning (mechanically inclined, always worked with my hands, not just someone taking a stab in the dark) I purchased the Kuhnhausen book which I studied and used as a reference. Ever part of the ATI is now Wilson parts, beside...
  4. Kimber
    Howdy, y'all, I'm new here -- be gentle. I joined the world of 1911s a few months ago -- this weapon has been a traditional staple in my family for generations. Every man on my father's side got a 1911 (either gifted or purchased themselves) when they reached their early 20s. Well, I went ahead...
  5. Wilson Combat
    I'm currently saving up for my very own Wilson Combat CQB, I've heard wonderful things about them, spoken with their folks on the phone, & have their parts in my current carry gun, a tuned up Ruger SR1911. Hard part is, of course, the price tag. I'm one who'd rather buy once, cry once...
  6. Wilson Combat
    My WC CQB is now 365 days old and is currently at 33,400 rounds. Used every month in IDPA & Steel Challenge matches, plus dry fire sessions 3-4 times a week. New recoil springs every 3k-5k rounds & fresh pins/springs throughout every 10k rounds. New barrel (broken barrel feet) and new...
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