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Your Favorite 1911 in 9MM

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by Coonskinner, Feb 4, 2021.

  1. bigred1

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    I agree wholeheartedly on your assessment of the Wilson EDC X9. It's a great carry gun.
     
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    I’ve done my best triggers with light skeletonized 1911 polymer shoe triggers
     
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    I’m going to assume they did something to the feed ramp.
     
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    These are very nice shooting weapons and very accurate. Would be cumbersome to carry.
     
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    Only issue with the SIG is magazine cost.
     
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    I see there is a version coming out this year with a 4" barrel and an alloy frame.
     
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    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.

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    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:

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    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.

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    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 !!!!!!!!
     
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    Me likely that Wilson.....
     
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    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.
     

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