Wilson Combat looks to continue its winning streak over the past several months with the release of its new Carry Comp Professional, a carry pistol that boasts improved weapon control while adding minimal bulk and weight.
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Everybody remembers the accurate and reliable Accu-Comp that won essentially ever major practice pistol competition back in the 80s. Well, Wilson Combat used that same technology on the Carry Comp Professional to reduce recoil and muzzle flip. This model sports a four-inch stainless match-grade barrel including a half-inch muzzle extension that houses the compensation port; professional size carbon steel frame; four-inch carbon steel slide; 30 lpi frontstrap checkering; contoured magazine well; high-ride bullet proof beavertail grip safety; 3.5 pound – 4.25 pound trigger pull with a long three hole trigger; rear cocking serrations; Battlesight rear and fiber optic front sight; and an accuracy guarantee of 1.5 inches at 25 yards.
The Wilson Combat Carry Comp Professional measures 8.1 inches in overall length, has a width of 1.3 inches and tips the scales at 40.54 ounces unloaded, and 47.10 ounces loaded. It also features an eight-round magazine capacity. Available in .45 ACP, 9mm, .38 Super, the suggested retail price for this model is $3,200 for .45 ACP and $3,310 for 9mm.
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For more information about the Wilson Combat Carry Comp Professional, visit wilsoncombat.com.
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