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Old 12-16-2017, 11:29 AM
Marshall357 Marshall357 is offline
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Wilson Combat CQB tactical bull barrel LE

Can owners of this full size 1911 give me some feedback on it. Your likes , dislikes and thoughts . Thanks
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Old 12-16-2017, 04:17 PM
L84CABO L84CABO is offline
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I'm running two bull barrels...one in my CQB 45 and one in my CQB 9mm. I guess I'm a fan. I actually ordered both guns with regular barrels and bull barrels. Honestly, if you blindfolded me and handed me the gun, I would be hard pressed to tell you what barrel is in it by shooting it. It does, however, change the balance of the gun slightly (ie the bull adds just a little more weight to the front of the gun). But in the practical sense the effects of that are minimal. If it improves recoil it is only slightly. But every little bit helps.

From a cosmetic standpoint I do like the look of the bull barrel. And particularly if you're intending to flush cut/reverse crown the barrel. I think it looks better to do that to a bull than the regular barrel. YMMV.
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Old 12-17-2017, 12:28 AM
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That model comes with the light rail. Between that and the bull you will notice a reduction in recoil. I can put more rounds down range with mine before fatigue sets in when compared to a regular frame and bushing set up. I like that set up a lot.
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