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Inside Wilson Combat

Saturday, October 13th, 2012

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Drink in Style with Wilson Combat

Monday, October 1st, 2012

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The Wilson Combat Whiskey Rocks Glass is a 13.5 oz tumbler emblazoned with the Wilson Combat logo.

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For The Ladies – Wilson Combat Medallion Ear Rings

Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Wilson Combat has just released these new two-tone ear rings featuring the same medallion used in the grips of Wilson pistols. Constructed of Sterling Silver they are Two-Tone Plated with 10K Gold.

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New Wilson Combat ACOG QD Accu-Rizer Mounts

Sunday, February 12th, 2012

The new Wilson Combat ACOG QD Accu-Rizer Mounts are designed for both short and long base ACOG models. Made in USA! mounts feature rugged anodized aluminum construction, quick tool-less attach/detach and will hold your battlesight zero even after repeatedly removing your optic. The triangle quick detach screw paired with a spring loaded, steel locking plate. Shown above is the long base model.

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Ken Hackathorn & Larry Vickers Special 1911 Centennial Celebration Class

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

Sponsored by Wilson Combat, the Ken Hackathorn & Larry Vickers Special 1911 Centennial Celebration Class will be Aug 6-8, 2011 in Marietta, Ohio.

Both Ken Hackathorn and Larry Vickers should be household names to SSD readers. Both have earned excellent reputations as World Class firearms trainers and are considered by most as the preeminent 1911 shooters. Larry is also a premier 1911 pistolsmith and his guns garner thousands of dollars in the rare event an owner lets one go.

In addition to Ken Hackathorn and Larry Vickers, the class will feature Guest Speakers; former US Army Marksmanship unit armorer John Miller, and Wayne Novak, Owner of Novak Designs Inc, designer of the world renowned Novak low-mount rear sight. Additionally, Wilson Combat will be on had to hand out prizes to class members.

The schedule is excellent.

Day One:
The 1st day of the class will be spent entirely on the range shooting 1911 specific range drills that highlight the differences of shooting a 1911 vs other handguns and other various handgun drills. Larry and Ken will be alternating the primary instructor position between strings.

Day Two:
The 2nd day of the class will be split between the flat range and the Fort Harmar shoot house. Ken will be handling the shoot house portion working single man movement & approaches, hallways and T intersections, room entry, target discrimination, low light encounters, surgical shooting exercises, etc. Larry will be working the other half of the class on a flat range. At the mid point of the day lunch break the class will swap instructors.

After a full day on the range the class will travel to the Holiday Inn Conference Center for a catered dinner and 1911 seminar.
Ken, Larry, and guest speakers John Miller (U.S. Army Marksmanhip Unit) and Wayne Novak of (Novak’s Inc.) will be hand to discuss the history of the 1911, modern 1911, suggested modifications, upgrades, accessories, etc.

***There will also be many extremely rare & interesting 1911’s on display from personal collections.***

Day Three:
The third day of the class will be spent in the classroom. In this section Ken/Larry will teach detailed disassembly, troubleshooting, recommended and not recommended modifications, and a detailed inspection of each students 1911. If a problem is detected it will be fixed on the spot (if possible). This will give students the knowledge and skills needed to identify and diagnose problems.

Something like this will NEVER happen again. Class seats are limited. Visit here to reserve your place in this event.

Wilson Combat Launches Blog

Monday, September 20th, 2010

What’s really nice about the new Wilson Combat blog is that despite launching just last week, there is already quite a bit of content. The information gives you a good insight into why Wilson Combat does what they do.

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Big News from Wilson Combat

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

Wilson Combat has just unveiled their latest undertaking; custom ammunition! Bill Wilson has been handloading and sending rounds down range for decades and decided to put everything he’s learned to good use. His philosophy can be summed up below:

“I’ve been reloading ammunition since 1966 and over the years feel like I have become a knowledgeable and experienced handloader. Over the years I have handloaded over a million rounds for my own use plinking, hunting, self-protection and competition shooting. By producing and shooting this volume of ammunition I’ve learned how to develop maximum performance loads for a variety of uses. I’m using this knowledge and experience now to develop high performance loads for the new Wilson Combat line of self-defense and competition ammunition. I think you will find this ammunition to be very accurate, reliable and to deliver Peerless Performance.”

President / CEO – Wilson Combat
Bill Wilson

Ammo is available in a variety of calibers. Look for additional details at ammo.wilsoncombat.com.

Wilson Combat Launches New Website

Saturday, May 29th, 2010

Wilson Combat’s new website sports a classic look yet has all of the features expected from a modern website. One of the biggest advantages afforded consumers by the new site is updated inventory status so you know if the products you are interested in are in stock.