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Old 04-20-2012, 09:01 AM
onofrio onofrio is offline
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...for those who can't make a decision..




This is my experience so far with my first (but not last) Wilson.
I've put 1k rounds so far through my CQB LRLW and not a single FTE or FTF. As far as accuracy goes, the head instructor at my local range ironically told me that I could also use other parts of the target to shot at and not only a fist size hole in the center of the bad guy...never occured to me with any other gun. Just simply racking a Wilson slide you'll discover,in my humble opinion, how superior they are from any other brand and the grade of craftmanship and love that they put in all their guns. So, for all folks out there who can't decide over a high end 1911, I would really encourage you to do yorself a favor and get a Wilson.
Of course I am not a spokeperson for WC but just a new happy customer getting amazed every time.
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Old 04-20-2012, 10:03 AM
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Agreed. I "went through" a myriad of Kimbers and other such lesser brands until I finally found my first WC. It was all over after that! Would've saved myself a lot of money if I'd bought the right one the first time.
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Old 04-20-2012, 01:42 PM
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Agreed. I "went through" a myriad of Kimbers and other such lesser brands until I finally found my first WC. It was all over after that! Would've saved myself a lot of money if I'd bought the right one the first time.

Now there's an approach I haven't considered..."But honey buying this
Classic Supergrade is gonna save us a fortune." I can't afford NOT to buy it.
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Old 04-20-2012, 03:12 PM
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Now there's an approach I haven't considered..."But honey buying this
Classic Supergrade is gonna save us a fortune." I can't afford NOT to buy it.
LOL. There's truth to that statement! I actually think I've used that on my wife for something - probably a gun, coulda been a TV or car or something too...
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