I hear ya. And im happy you took my post in the jest it was meant.Lol. I’m a newbie for sure. I must say posting a question at the end of a long day at work can lead to mistakes in referring to a wrong part, so I’m not that green. But buying a WC 2011 doesn’t feel like a mistake at all. Thanks for the welcome. And again thanks to all the great info everyone shares here at this great forum.
As you can imagine, it shoots like a 25 yr single malt going down, smooth as silk. Being a compact, I was surprised at how soft the recoil is for such a light handgun. An insert with the boxing from Wilson recommended using 124gr FMJ RN during the break in period of 200 rds. I’ve continued using that grain as I have yet to replace the 11# spring for hot loads. As for accuracy, user error is a factor right now. I have a collection of 92s (heresy here to mention?) that I am far more accurate with. So I feel confident that with more shooting and honest self assessment I’ll be just as accurate with this sweet 2011. Once I feel I’m proficient with the WC it will be my edc. The reason I bought it.Be sure to let us know how it handles and shoots for you. Hard to go wrong with the first being a Wilson!
I have the Experior compact:Which particular model did you get? The compacts are definitely a smooth shooting bunch, even for my wide hands. The first compact Wilson that I shot was one of Bill's XTAC compacts in .45 at one of the Hackathorn classes at Bill's ranch in 2013; it handled far smoother than other makes I had shot, and I shot very well with it. The only thing that I found with the compacts is that my pinky finger gets blood blistered during a slide lock reload, so I stick with full size frames like the Pro, Commander, and FS. Having said that, I do have an EDC X9 that doesn't do that to me, presumably due to the increased girth of the double-stack grip frame.