Vickers Elite Package Now Available For New GLOCK 45 Models

Vickers Elite Package Now Available For New GLOCK 45 Models
Vickers Elite Package Now Available For New GLOCK 45 Models

Berryville, Arkansas-(Ammoland.com)- The Wilson Combat – Vickers Elite Package for Gen 5 GLOCK is built on GLOCK 19, GLOCK 17 9mm, and now, the new GLOCK Model 45 pistols and are thoroughly tested by our gunsmiths prior to shipment so your trigger pull, accuracy, and reliability are verified after customization.

Leading firearms expert, tactical trainer and Special Operations veteran Larry Vickers has strong ideas about tactical service pistols and believes the GLOCK is the finest choice for a polymer framed general-issue handgun. His experiences with the Gen 5 GLOCK 9mm platform has led him to believe that it is the best of the GLOCK breed but can be further improved with some subtle and practical customization. With his specific orders in hand, we built Vickers his ideal tactical or concealed carry GLOCK.

To improve traction and shooting comfort, Wilson Combat gunsmiths performed our attractive and functional laser stippling in the Vickers Elite pattern. A duty action tune using the TangoDown/Vickers Tactical flat-faced trigger pad gives you the ultimate tactical trigger for dynamic and precision shooting while the enhanced Vickers Tactical Gen 5 ambidextrous slide stop offers greater surface area and enables more positive speed reloads under stress. Forward slide cocking, and top serrations along with our outstanding Vickers Elite sights and functional Vickers Tactical design accessory parts complete this impressive limited production carry gun package.

Limited sight and finish options are available to add to these packages.

Vickers Elite Package Now Available For New GLOCK 45 Models
Vickers Elite Package For New GLOCK 45 Models

Specifications

  • Available Calibers: 9mm
  • Magazine Capacity: 17 rounds (GLOCK 17 & GLOCK 45), 15 rounds (GLOCK 19)

Features

  • Gen 5 GLOCK
  • Stippled Frame, Vickers Tactical Logo
  • Stippled Thumb Pads, Wilson Combat Logo
  • Duty Action Tune
  • TangoDown/Vickers Tactical Magazine Release
  • TangoDown/Vickers Tactical Grip Plug
  • TangoDown/Vickers Tactical Basepads on 3 Magazines
  • TangoDown/Vickers Tactical Trigger Pad
  • TangoDown/Vickers Tactical Slide Stop
  • Black Armor-Tuff Slide
  • Battlesight with Green Fiber Optic Front Sight
  • Wide Slide Top Serrations
  • Front Cocking Serrations
  • Vickers Elite Package for GLOCK 45 Model

About Wilson CombatWilson Combat

Since 1977 Wilson Combat has been the leading innovator in high-performance, custom 1911 handguns, tactical long guns, and accessories. A Wilson Combat product’s unmatched level of exceptional reliability and peerless craftsmanship is only equaled by our legendary customer service. Learn more about us at http://www.wilsoncombat.com

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Wait. I thought Glocks were already perfect. That’s what their marketing says. Shows what I know.

Bubba
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Any upgrades other than Tritium Night Sights is a waste if money. I am not gonna upgrade 14 triggers. The money saved will go towards a nice holster and ammo.

Michael Maus
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Michael Maus

What jag-off staged the photo at the top of the story? The front sight is on backwards!!!

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

Great. Now my OCD is itching. Thank you.

M Smith
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M Smith

It’s a fiber optic site, they are open on the front. I’ve got 2 like that on other handguns. But I did do a double-take and go check mine.

Big Daddy
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Vickers Glock front sight has a fiber optic that extends front and back . Open top too. Gathers light well.

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Mike11C

“How to Triple the Price of a Perfectly Good $500 Gun with Mostly Cosmetic Upgrades” should be the name of this article. In my opinion, a Glock has only two problems out of the box. They are the horrible stock plastic sights and the so so trigger. I don’t need, nor am I willing to pay for, the stippling with brand markings, the oversized barrel and the gunsmith required to fit it, front serrations and subsequent recoating, and sights that cost as much as those with tritium but do not include it. No, I think I may have gone a… Read more »