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Review: Wilson Combat WCP320

Bill Wilson started Wilson Combat nearly 40 years ago, primarily doing custom work on M1911 handguns for competition shooters.

Power Couple: Wilson Combat Southpaw Protector Series AR In .300 HAM’R

The .300 HAM’R from Wilson Combat is a highly capable cartridge for hunting or home defense, and it’s available in a new version of the company’s Protector Series AR perfect for left-out lefties.

Wilson Combat Expands Manufacturing, Adds Jobs

A record-setting manufacturing pace for Wilson Combat led the company to expand its space and workforce.

Tested: Wilson Combat EDC X9 Pistol

Best known for custom-grade M1911s, shotguns and AR-style rifles, Wilson Combat saw the need for a compact, high-capacity semi-automatic.

NRA Gun of the Week: Wilson Combat EDC X9 Pistol

American Rifleman’s Joe Kurtenbach previews one of Bill Wilson’s latest—and quite possibly best-looking—creations, the EDC X9 pistol.

NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Wilson Combat EDC X9 Pistol

It looks and handles like a 1911, but takes cues from the Browning BDM and Astra A70. This week Joe Kurtenbach takes a closer look at the Wilson Combat EDC X9.

10-Round Magazines for M1911s

The M1911 remains a top choice of shooters, and those who stick with “Old Slabsides” have found extended, 10-round magazines to be a reliable means for closing the capacity gap.

Wilson Combat Purchases Chip McCormick Custom/Shooting Star

Chip McCormick Custom/Shooting Star Industries (cmcmags.com), best known for M1911 magazines, has been purchased by Wilson Combat.

NRA Gun of the Week: Wilson Combat 92G Brigadier Tactical

American Rifleman's Christopher Olsen has a soft spot for the Beretta 92 that has been upgraded by WIlson Combat.

A Look Back At The M1911 Double-Stack

The story of the “high-capacity” M1911 pistol began more than a quarter-century ago. Once the province of small makers for action-pistol sports, the wide-body M1911, though not as popular the original single-stack, is still going strong.

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