Wilson Combat SPEC OPS 9 1911 Pistol

Wilson Combat SPEC OPS 9 1911 Pistol
Wilson Combat is proud to add the “SPEC OPS 9” to its 1911 Line up.

Wilson Combat SPEC OPS 9 1911 Pistol
Wilson Combat SPEC OPS 9 1911 Pistol
Wilson Combat
Wilson Combat

Berryville, AR – -(AmmoLand.com)- The “NO Name” pistol has a name.

Wilson Combat is proud to add the “SPEC OPS 9” to our family of custom pistols.

Our new 29.8 oz polymer 1911 sports a 4.5” barrel with 16 + 1 rounds of 9mm on board.

Specifications:

  • Caliber 9mm
  • Magazine Capacity 16 rd.
  • Barrel Length 4.4″
  • Overall Length 7.9″
  • Sight Radius 6.2″
  • Height 5.3″
  • Width 1.3″
  • Weight Empty 29.6 oz.
  • Weight Loaded 36.7 oz.
  • $1995.00 MSRP

For the over whelming response, thank you all. You would simply not believe how many suggestions we received.

Congratulations to Douglas Ervin who suggested “Spec Ops” and is our winner. Turns out Mr. Ervin is a fan and will now have his very own Wilson Combat Pistol to take to the range and get to brag not only about his new Wilson Pistol, but that he picked the name of our newest pistol.

About:
Founded in 1977, Wilson Combat has grown to include more than 50 employees – no one else in the custom gun business has as many professionals, as many years of experience, or as much history with hand-crafting custom guns as we do. Here’s an idea of the type and number of years experience you will find at Wilson Combat:

  • 2 thoughts on “Wilson Combat SPEC OPS 9 1911 Pistol

    1. Wilson Combat Spec Ops 9mm 1911

      Reviewed by Charles Coker 12/20/09

      This is a new polymer framed, double stack 9mm (16+1) 1911 pistol

      Specs:

      * 4.5″ barrel
      * Full sized grip
      * Night sights (yellow rear, green front)
      * carry cuts in slide
      * Slide narrowed and beveled for carry
      * Beavertail safety and thumb safety minmimized for carry

      So, everyone wants to know if this is really a 1911, yes, it is with the slight exception in barrel lockup, it locks up more like a Sig, otherwise, standard 1911 internal parts.

      Why no rail? Well, it’s designed for carry and a rail adds width and bulk, not to mention it’s not really ideal to try to have a tac light on a concealed carry piece!

      How does it feel?

      Well, like a 1911, it points like one, handles like one and of course, has that great Wilson Combat trigger!

      I let lots of people fondle it, everyone was really impressed

      I took it to the local law enforcement shop (GT Distributors) and the guys working there were all very impressed with it and wanted to shoot it of course. There is always DPS troopers, active military, PD from around hte state and the occasional Texas Ranger in there. The day I brough it in was no exception and one Texas Ranger, who, incidentally was carrying a Wilson 1911 asked if he could check it out.. well of course.

      His response was “crap, my wife’s gonna kill me, I gotta get one of these!”
      a few guys shot it and were all like “man, this is SWEET”

      How does it shoot?

      First off, I am no master pistol shot..

      25 yard groups
      headshots were slow
      center shots were quick and dirty
      fed everything I gave it

      Where does this gun fit in? Who is it for?

      Well, it is sort of a niche product, certainly their are cheaper reliable semi autos that are suitable for personal defense, range and some competitive use.

      I see this gun being for the guy that loves the 1911 platform and wants a lightweight, high capacity 9mm in an ultra reliable and extremely accurate pistol with personal defense being it’s primary role.

      Wilson Combat has a reputation for building the best 1911 pistols and is known to have the best customer service in the industry.

      for more info visit: http://www.wilsoncombat.com/p_specops.asp

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