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Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by lpsharp88, Aug 12, 2019.

  1. lpsharp88

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    245131C3-3C0F-4769-BEC6-E4FE92E4060B.jpeg F333CEBF-CCB6-4EE9-91B6-BF265E6882DD.jpeg E4F2664E-3689-410D-8243-07937045D9F0.jpeg Finally got to take my new Wilson to the range today, and I’m beyond impressed. Fit and finish are perfect, trigger is a crisp clean break, safety is nice and positive, and the orange front sight jumps out. Only have around 150 rounds of mixed 124gr FMJ factory, reloads, and Gold Dot. All functioned perfectly. I can’t wait to take it back out and do some work from the holster and get it to an IDPA match
     
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  2. SharpDog

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    The nice holsters really add some character, nice weapon !
     
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  3. TomJ
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    I picked one up a while ago. It’s a gem. Accurate, a soft shooter and no malfunctions of any kind after a couple thousand rounds.
     
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    nice setup
     
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    Nice!
    I am saving for a Wilson for my birthday. That is a beautiful pistol.
    Necessary, for such handsome leather!
    You may have mixed in an HK magazine.;)

    May she guard and be a faithful companion to you.:thumbup:

    All up, how heavy?

    I like Cub Cadet, too.
     
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  6. Buzznrose

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    That is very cool! Glad you are enjoying it.
     
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    Sweet! Like the whole package!
     
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    Demi-human

    Sharp eye you have there!
     
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    I'm not sure if the leather, or the gun is more impressive!
    The combination is sensational, well done!
     
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  10. lpsharp88

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    Thanks for all the kind words. Leather is from a one man shop out of Mississippi, Bill Dyer. Cow with gator inlays.
    Not sure how much it weighs, but I’d compare to it a slightly overweight Glock 19
    Plan to get some holster work with it soon, that’s too nice of a rig to let it sit
     
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  11. 460Shooter

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    That sir is a gorgeous gun and leather. Really classy. I’m pretty envious.
     
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  12. Coal Dragger

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    Now that Wilson is making that pistol with the option of being optic ready it’s on my short list.
     
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    LOL!

    I just noticed the backwards first round in the magazine in the pic. Nice touch man!
     
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    Nm... I give up with the gifs...

    Great setup.
     
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    I haven't gone down that road just yet, but may in the future. May pick up one of the Brownells slides for a G19 and see if I can get a dot for somewhat cheap.

    Lol I was setting everything up for some pics and thought, what the heck
     
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  16. Coal Dragger

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    Once you get to use compact red dot optic on your blaster you will quickly understand why I’m not willing to buy anymore handguns that can’t take one. Preferably from the factory, but Primary Machine does great work and I’ll use them as needed.
     
  17. 460Shooter

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    TomJ, didn’t you mention the chamber on yours was a little lose. I’d assume it’s to ensure totally reliable feeding on what’s meant to be a defense pistol.

    @lpsharp88 , do you see any bulges on your brass?
     
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  18. TomJ
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    It is just a little loose. I won't say the brass bulges, but when I resize it when reloading I do see a little bit of a a difference in how much the brass expanded compared to other guns with tighter chambers. It doesn't affect accuracy. I was at my gun club Tuesday evening with it as well as 3 CZ's, a SP01, PCR, SP01 Phantom and a P365XL. My groupings with the EDC were a little tighter than with any of thte other guns, so Wilson Combat figured out how to have looser tolerances to aid in reliability while keeping it's accuracy.
     
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  19. 460Shooter

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    So just a firm resize and good to go.

    Seems the correct strategy for a carry gun.

    I still think I may get one of these. I’m revamping my collection. Downsize and upgrade all at once.
     
  20. lpsharp88

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    I can’t say I noticed any, but I didn’t closely inspect the brass I was picking up. I’ll look closer the next time I shoot it
     
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