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Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by Coonskinner, Feb 4, 2021.
I agree wholeheartedly on your assessment of the Wilson EDC X9. It's a great carry gun.
I’ve done my best triggers with light skeletonized 1911 polymer shoe triggers
I’m going to assume they did something to the feed ramp.
These are very nice shooting weapons and very accurate. Would be cumbersome to carry.
Only issue with the SIG is magazine cost.
I see there is a version coming out this year with a 4" barrel and an alloy frame.
I just picked up this Staccato C2 and it is 9mm. Haven't shot it yet but it feels really smooth and the fit and finish is above and beyond anything I have had the chance to mess with. I think the capacity of a 2011 makes it worth getting over a standard 9mm 1911, but I have heard there is nothing better to shoot than a high quality 1911 in 9mm.
I got to the range yesterday afternoon; I got to shoot my latest 9MM 1911; I picked it up last month -- yesterday was the first time I got to shoot real bullets -- Dry fired with Azoom snap caps:
Wilson Combat Protector Professional II, was using my 9MM reloads -- Excellent groups from 10; 15 and 20 yds. I brought my P365’s.
The P365XL with the Romeo Zero was close. but the Wilson was a pleasure to shoot.
Looks like I have to sell some of my Colts and Kimbers for a Wilson EDC X9, if I can get one !!!!!!!
Excellent range day !!!!!!!!
Me likely that Wilson.....
I have owned one 1911 in my life. A 9mm Springfield Range Officer Operator. One nice pistol. But I am not a 1911 guy. It will most likely be the one and only 1911 I will have owned, as I sold it.