Wilson Combat New Ultralight Carry Professional Pistol

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posted on June 22, 2016
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The new Ultralight Carry Professional pistol by Wilson Combat is built on an aluminum frame that is 60 percent lighter than a comparable-size steel-frame, resulting in an overall 14-percent lighter concealed-carry handgun. Adding to the concealability factors of this pistol is a 4" compact slide, which clears a holster quickly while allowing users to maintain accuracy and control. Also standard are features like a round-butt frame, aluminum mainspring housing, countersunk slide stop, fluted chamber and carry cuts/ball endmill cuts. For the complete list of features, please visit WilsonCombat.com.




Specifications:
Calibers: .45 ACP, 9 mm, 38 Super
Magazine Capacity: 8 rounds (.45 ACP)
Barrel Length: 4"
Overall Length: 7.6"
Sight Radius: 5.6"
Height: 5.4"
Width: 1.3"
Weight: 28.77 oz. (empty); 34.18 oz. (loaded)
MSRP: $3650 (.45 ACP); $3765 (9 mm) 

 

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