A Wilson Combat GLOCK? Isn’t that like a Ferrari Camry? The company first and best known for its high-end 1911’s has gathered a Wolf pack of aftermarket parts for Gaston’s gat, put ’em all together and come up with the beast you see above. We’re talking . . .
A Fulcrum or ZEV trigger (not the guy from Men In Black), a double high-cut trigger guard, front and top slide serrations, a speed chute mag well, LAV slide stop and mag release, Radius muzzle and a beavertail grip adapter.
Not to mention enough Wilson Combat Armor-Tuff coating (applied in the house style) to make the GLOCK scream Wilson — in case the casual viewer misses the laser-etched Wilson Combat logo on the side and top of the gun.
Did I mention the sight and barrel options? Anyway, I’m not sure what it is, other than expensive. And not entirely beautiful.
That said, the GLOCKson Combat pistol should be accurate, reliable and easy to operate. Which is a pretty good description of a stock GLOCK. Or a stock Wilson Combat 1911. But if they had a baby, this would be it.
I wonder if rappers and gang bangers — who love them some GLOCK Fo-Tays — will “get it” or, indeed, get it. If so, at least they can drop it like it’s hot. If you know what I mean.