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    Table w differences between models

    Iím looking to purchase my first Wilson 1911 in 9mm. I was looking to see if anyone had a table the highlights the differences between the models? Specifically the professional series. Thanks for your help

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    Perhaps going to the Wilson site and searching through the Professional Models “available for sale now” would provide you with examples of the various features that are offered.

    I have an old ‘05 Professional Model in 9mm, plus a stainless Tactical Carry, and have an EDC X9 being built now, so I have a little experience with what they offer.

    Regardless of model, Wilson customers can select from quite a variety of available features. A few that come to mind are:

    firearm finish

    stocks material and style

    extra machining enhancements on the frame, barrel and slide such as;
    French borders, carry cuts, four different levels of engraving, location of logos, deletion of markings (“naked slide”) lettering fonts, checkering, machining of slide top, and so on

    trigger length and pull weight

    sight options, both front and rear (I prefer the battlesight rear and highly polished domed good bead front sight myself)

    I’m sure there’s more.
    "Sights are for the unenlightened."

    Rick

    IDPA Certified Safety Officer
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