Wilson Combat Purchases Chip McCormick Custom/Shooting Star

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posted on March 22, 2018
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Chip McCormick Custom/Shooting Star Industries (cmcmags.com), best known for M1911 magazines, has been purchased by Wilson Combat. “Bill Wilson and I have been good friends, shooting competition competitors and friendly business competitors since the early 1980s,” said Chip McCormick, president and CEO of Chip McCormick Custom. “When I made the decision that I wanted to simplify my life and retire, there was no one that I felt more comfortable selling the company to than Bill Wilson and Wilson Combat.” For more than 40 years, Wilson Combat has offered high-performance, custom firearms and accessories. Although Wilson Combat is based in Berryville, Ark., CMC/Shooting Star will remain in Texas, and consumers should expect no service interruptions. wilsoncombat.com

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