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Old 01-19-2020, 03:03 PM
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My comment wasn't aimed at you my Friend, wasn't aimed at anyone. Just having a little fun this AM.

Yea the grip is going to be challenging to you folks with large hands.

Oh and PS, lets hope WC didn't create a new class of limp-wristers on the forum with this small gun ;-).
Funny, he's the first dude I thought of when you posted that! I'm right there with Striker, I want my X9 comp'd just as badly.

As for the X9S, maybe I wasn't losing my mind when I posted this https://forums.1911forum.com/showthr...ghlight=tspeis in December of 2018 haha. Looks like I got my wish.


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Old 01-19-2020, 03:06 PM
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I need to hold one of these. In my experiance with the 'mouse' guns (P385, P938, G43, G26, Hellcat) they all come up short, for me, in one area or another. I like the idea of a pocket, extra, deep concealed carry but not at the expense of not being proficient with it. Maybe this will be different, I hope so....
My situation as well. I've got big hands and I'm just not able to get enough fingers on a 365 or a 43 or any of the pocket 9's that the X9S is being compared to.

I'll need to hold one before I could commit to an order.
The 365 is also too small for me, the 43 with the extended mag is good and the 26 is very useable so I'm betting the X9s will be even better than those since it has the usual controls I'm used to
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Funny, he's the first dude I thought of when you posted that! I'm right there with Striker, I want my X9 comp'd just as badly.

As for the X9S, maybe I wasn't losing my mind when I posted this https://forums.1911forum.com/showthr...ghlight=tspeis in December of 2018 haha. Looks like I got my wish.


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You nailed it! Good job.
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Funny, he's the first dude I thought of when you posted that! I'm right there with Striker, I want my X9 comp'd just as badly.

As for the X9S, maybe I wasn't losing my mind when I posted this https://forums.1911forum.com/showthr...ghlight=tspeis in December of 2018 haha. Looks like I got my wish.


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That thread you started appears to be very forward-looking of you! Good call on that. For all of us nay-sayers back in that thread, crow is not a tasty treat!
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The 365 is also too small for me, the 43 with the extended mag is good and the 26 is very useable so I'm betting the X9s will be even better than those since it has the usual controls I'm used to
I'd love for WC to have a rubber/plastic model that dealers could obtain so that we could gage how this thing feels in the hand.

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I'd love for WC to have a rubber/plastic model that dealers could obtain so that we could gage how this thing feels in the hand.

Bill Wilson.....You listening????

There was a large number of stocking dealers listed on the announcement email sent out by Wilson Combat, perhaps one of the other members in your area of the country can post the names of a few for you to visit.
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There was a large number of stocking dealers listed on the announcement email sent out by Wilson Combat, perhaps one of the other members in your area of the country can post the names of a few for you to visit.
Actually.....I'm going to wait for Striker to get his.....then I'll just go check it out. LOL!!!

He's about an hour and a half north of me....
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Old 01-20-2020, 03:23 AM
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That thread you started appears to be very forward-looking of you! Good call on that. For all of us nay-sayers back in that thread, crow is not a tasty treat!
No crow eating needed my friend. I'm very happy to see this kind of setup from Wilson. It's exactly what I've been looking for in a compact concealment gun, especially in the summer months when I always wear gym shorts.


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I just sent an email to WC to the guy that recently helped me with my X9 order. Going to place my order today. Hope the wait time is not bad yet.

I don't daily carry any of my WC pistols but this one I am. Just found out about it today and went ohh crap! Gotta have it now. Have been wishing for a daily carry Wilson for awhile but don't like wearing holsters.

Going to see if and RMR can be added to this model, if so I will be adding it too. I wear deep military style packets and currently carry a Beretta P4 Storm compact with no problems, this one is a little lighter and smaller.

Updates to follow, going see if they can finish it the same as my X9 I received back in Nov 2019
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