Wilson Combat Adds New X-TAC Pistols

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posted on November 25, 2016
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Wilson Combat has added to its Professional pistol series with three new models to include the X-TAC Professional, the X-TAC Elite Professional, and the X-TAC Elite Carry Comp Professional. Each model has the legendary Wilson Combat X-TAC tread pattern known for solid traction and high-round-count shooting comfort.


The X-TAC Professional is the marriage of a full-size grip frame to a compact slide. The bi-directional, X-TAC Professional frontstrap and slide treatment offer enhanced grip and improved durability over traditional checkering in severe and hard-use environments. Refinements include a match-grade, tapered cone barrel, high visibility Battlesights and a host of 100 percent USA produced Bullet Proof, machined parts.
MSRP: $2,785 (.45 ACP) or $2,895 (9 mm & .38 Super)


The X-TAC Elite Professional combines a full-size grip frame and a 4" compact slide for a fast-handling, concealable carry gun. Coupled with performance options like the reload-enhancing one-piece Bullet Proof Magwell and carry options like the concealment hammer and grip safety, the X-TAC Elite boasts numerous custom features on top of striking aesthetics. MSRP: $3,650 (.45 ACP) or $3,760 (9 mm & .38 Super)


The X-TAC Elite Carry Comp Professional's compensator design tames muzzle flip with high performance carry ammo and reduces perceived recoil of the Compact or Professional size pistol fto less than that of a full-size gun. This one-piece billet machined compensator barrel has no threads or joints to loosen and the short but efficient profile fits in any standard, full-size 1911 holster. 
MSRP: $3,850 (.45 ACP) or $3,960 (9 mm)

For more information visit wilsoncombat.com


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