Wilson Combat Adds Carry Comp Professional Pistol

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posted on May 25, 2017
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Wilson Combat has added the Carry Comp Professional model to its vast line of pistols.

Built to improve weapon control while adding minimal bulk and weight, the Carry Comp Professional utilizes a 4" overall length match-grade barrel, including a ½" muzzle extension that houses the meticulously engineered compensation port. The pistol includes an overall length of about 8", a weight of 40.5 oz. (empty), and is available in .45 ACP, 9 mm and .38 Super. 

Features:
-Professional Size Carbon Steel Frame
-30LPI Frontstrap Checkering
-High-Ride Bulletproof Beavertail Grip Safety
-Tactical Bulletproof Thumb Safety
-3½ lb. – 4½ lb. Crisp Trigger Pull with Long Three Hole Trigger
-Contoured Magazine Well
-Bulletproof Magazine Release
-Black G10 Starburst Pattern Grips with Pewter Medallions
-Slot Head Grip Screws
-4” Carbon Steel Slide
-Rear Cocking Serration
-Battlesight with Fiber Optic Front Sight
-4” Stainless Match Grade Compensated Barrel, Hand Fit

MSRP: 
$3,310 (9 mm/.38 Super)
$3,200 (.45 ACP)

For more information visit wilsoncombat.com

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