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Wilson Combat/Bravo Company BCMGUNFIGHTER 1911

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The enhanced grip pattern of Wilson Combat’s X-TAC 1911 has become the standard with hard users who run the 1911 platform in extreme service environments. You can now get this unmatched grip security and styling in a special X-TAC model exclusive to Bravo Company MFG-The BCMGUNFIGHTER 1911.

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This outstanding tactical package retains the core features of the X-TAC and adds a tactical light rail and other select performance options that BCM’s experts demanded like the Bullet Proof One Piece Magwell, solid medium trigger and tritium front sight. Wilson’s renowned Armor-Tuff finish was chosen to offer a non-reflective and corrosion resistant finish that can stand up to the most severe global environments. In tandem with the BCMGUNFIGHTER/VZ G-10 grips, the frame’s X-tread pattern locks securely into the firing hand and reduces muzzle flip without snagging on clothes or cover garments.

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“Wilson Combat has a legendary history in manufacturing fighting 1911s, and serious hard-use guns are what BCM is all about. We are very excited to collaborate with Wilson on a special gun, built to our specifications with carefully chosen and battle ready options. BCM builds weapon systems that are manufactured to meet the unforgiving needs of law enforcement, military, security and peace keeping professionals in some of the most high stress environments and situations in the world. Forged from a gunfighter’s no-nonsense mindset, we believe the BCMGUNFIGHTER 1911 carries on this tradition in a fighting handgun.”
– Paul Buffoni, President, Bravo Company MFG

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The newly announced Wilson Combat/Bravo Company BCMGUNFIGHTER 1911 is available exclusively through Bravo Company.

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4 Responses to “Wilson Combat/Bravo Company BCMGUNFIGHTER 1911”

  1. Dellis says:

    Just got rid of my .45 cause I never shot it. Now I want this one….so sweet

  2. Brian says:

    I like how BCM wants you to plunk $100 to reserve without knowing the price, cause you know “limited edition/numbers”. Being a Wilson, good looking and surely functioning gun but I am not so rich that I can drop $3-5ks without blinking.

  3. AC says:

    Per Wilson’s website: $3,290-single safety
    $3,375-ambidextrous safety