45 ACP

Extractor Tuning Tips by Bill Wilson

On October 17th, 2010, posted in: 45 ACP, Bill Wilson, Gunsmithing by 0 Comment

A well fit extractor is essential to the reliability of any M-1911 pistol. The following guidelines apply to fitting a new extractor, or properly tuning the one you have in your gun. 1. Correct Tension With the slide taken off the frame and with the barrel removed, slip the rim of a LOADED cartridge under..

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Wilson Combat goes to the Rogers Shooting School

Always thinking, Bill Rogers is a master instructor with an analytical mind Spending a week at the Rogers Shooting school is a humbling and awesome experience. The high round count (3000 rounds), non-stop training and amazing steel “reactive” target array is only equalled by the professionalism of the seasoned staff. Our hats are off to..

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Wilson Combat CQB in “Basic” Black with some Unique Options!

On October 13th, 2010, posted in: 1911, 45 ACP, CQB, General Guns by 4 Comments

This spectacular CQB .45  is fresh out of the shop and ready for shipment.  You will notice a several options like torx grip screws, Speed-Chute magwell, upgraded G-10 grips and a flush cut and deep crowned heavy bull barrel.  The customer specified u-notch tritium sights for a fast, low-light sight picture.  In this case, basic..

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Notes from Massad Ayoob from the IDPA Nationals (Nice gun, Mas!)

On October 2nd, 2010, posted in: 1911, 45 ACP, CQB by 0 Comment

http://backwoodshome.com/blogs/MassadAyoob/2010/10/02/lessons-from-the-national-championships/

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Great Range Report of the new X-Tac fighting pistol from Wilson Combat!

On October 1st, 2010, posted in: 1911, 1911Forum.com, 45 ACP, General Guns by 0 Comment

http://forums.1911forum.com/showthread.php?t=287127

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