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Wilson Customization Ideas

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by coda323, Jul 10, 2008.

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  1. coda323

    coda323 Member

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    So I will be taking possession of my Wilson CQB in a few days (CA laws). I know I want to refinish it (to silver armortuff), get the safety switched out to a single side and perhaps get my name engraved on it and crown the barrel. Any other ideas? thanks.
     
  2. 9mmepiphany

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    i'm partial to having the slide stop pin flush with the frame and your mags fitted to the frame
     
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  3. steelyblue

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    Shoot it, you lucky dog!!!!!
     
  4. Jimmie

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    Shoot it for a year or two. After that much time, it'll be very obvious what you want done.
     
  5. coda323

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    thanks guys, tomorrow will be the longest day ever as it's the 10 day of my wait.
     
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    Yeah...don't do that - it's lame...

    Send it to a 'smith for custom work and let him put his name on it...

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    IMHO, of course...
     
  7. CWL

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    Aside from removing the ambi safety, you should spend that money on ammo first before you do anything else to it.

    You may find that you don't need to do anything more with it, but until you are 'intimate' with the function of that pistol, there's no point adding or subtracting from a good pistol to begin with.

    Also spend your money on tactical training.
     
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