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I've always admired the looks of this line of Wilsons. I could see myself with one. Less the ambi safety. Black barrel and a flat solid trigger.
(y) Great shooters that carry really well.


I could be wrong....but I think the trigger options are limited to the solid curved (different lengths) and the flat cavity version. No flat solid.



EDIT: Looks like they did offer a curved cavity option in different lengths. (y)
 

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(y) Great shooters that carry really well.


I could be wrong....but I think the trigger options are limited to the solid curved (different lengths) and the flat cavity version. No flat solid.
Curved solid with serrated face would work. A black flat serrated face would look pretty good though I think.
 
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This thing is right up my alley. I'm gonna start looking for a local shop that has one cuz I'd love to hold it and get a feel. Makes me wonder though about a side by comparison to a NH Counselor. I know the NH has a longer barrel and it's single stack, there's not too many high end carry driven pistols in this size category so I'd have to put the Wilson up against it.
 

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A few shots from the video. One piece frame, trigger options and mag capacities.

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3.25 in with 18+1? Heck yeah.
Air gun Trigger Gun barrel Gun accessory Airsoft gun


By far the easiest to carry in the EDC line plus it's hands down the best looking as well.
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Curved solid with serrated face would work. A black flat serrated face would look pretty good though I think.




I am mighty fond of the flat offering in my EDC X9. Extremely comfortable and the feel is great.


They did a great job with the setup of this one...just what I asked George to specify in terms of weight. Clean & crisp.


I wish I could have this identical trigger setup in every pistol.
 

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Two models -- EDC X9 and SFX9 -- with slightly different grips and otherwise identical, no? As I understand it, these with ARs represent the overwhelming bulk of Wilson sales these days, far surpassing the 1911 that got Wilson there.

So I guess I understand building the line-up, but I still shake my head a little that these two lines are effectively the same gun but for slight variation in circumference.
 
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