Wilson Combat introduced a new line of pistols this week for more budget-conscious consumers.
Known as the American Combat Pistols (ACP), these 1911s feature the same love, care, attention and materials that make Wilson Combat pistols popular just with fewer options and customizations which ultimately lowers the price.
Three sizes are available, so far, chambered for both 9mm and .45 ACP: a full-size with a 5-inch barrel, a commander-size with a 4.25-inch barrel and a compact-size with a 4-inch barrel.
The MSRP for the .45 ACP versions is $2,495 and $2,595 for the 9mm versions. Not exactly cheap for a 1911 per se, but cheap for a Wilson Combat 1911.
Along with the reduced price tag, the other big development is the company’s new “Eagle Claw” grip and slide surface featured on the ACP.
Wilson Combat touts the surface as being “non-abrasive” and “tactile” that will be easy on the hands, comfortable against the body and easy to grip in adverse conditions and during extended sessions at the range.
Other perks on the ACP include forged slides, frames, and barrels that are hand-fitted by Wilson Combat’s expert pistolsmiths. Each 1911 comes with the company’s 100-percent Customer Satisfaction Guarantee for the lifetime of the gun.
For more information visit WilsonCombat.com.