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.

48 Responses to A Wilson Combat GLOCK? True Story!

    • Looks like even Wilson Combat understands that the 1911 is obsolete, and they’re turning their gaze elsewhere. Good for them. Bad for all the Archie Bunkers of the firearms world. As for me and my house, I’ll ignore both and stick to SA/DA. Njoy drinking your Kool-Aid.

      • As for me and my house….you must be reading from the new gender neutral NIV or NET bible.

        Come on bro, you’re either drinking the Kool-Aid or someone spiked your water. 1911 still leading the way.😂

    • More like lipstick on Sarah Connor in Terminator 2.

      Pigs are fat and taste good. Glocks are lean and kill things.

  1. I have a Chrysler that was made by Maserati. It has all the Maserati emblems, but it’s really a Le Baron. Still looks cool in that 1990 kind of way.

    • Although it may LOOK like a slightly tweaked LeBaron, the Chrysler TC by Maserati is an ENTIRELY different car. Based on a shortened Dodge Daytona chassis, with italian styling/coachwork, and an array of turbo chrysler or maserati engines, it was SUPPOSED to be a glamorous crown jewel in the Chrysler lineup. The plan was that after a few eyars of robust sales, they’d debut a very-similarly-styled coupe (the LeBaron) that would be inspired by the galmorous design of the TC, but be a budget-minded car for the everyman. Except that the TC ran into all sorts of development and schedule delays, and instead got released AFTER the LeBaron had been on the market for awhile. So instead of the consumer thinking “Wow, look at this LeBaron! I can get a sexy italian coupe at half the price!” it became “Why the hell would I buy this LeBaron with an italian badge on it for twice as much?”. Kinda a shame really, the TCs are pretty good cars, especially for their era, and the ride/feel/performance is leaps and bounds above the LeBaron. But everyone just writes them off as a gussied-up goofy looking LeBaron. Oh well.

  2. Apparently Wilson Combat needs a fish-finder calibrated for sharks.

    I appreciate them wanting to increase the pool of potential customers but this just seems like it’s going to dilute the brand. Further dilute, they’re already doing this with ARs and shotguns.

    And honestly it tends to make me less likely to go for a Wilson when I start shopping for my high-end 1911.

    • I kinda feel the same way, I have intended on getting high end 1911 when my ship comes in and it used to be a Wilson the was my first choice. Their expansion and marketing has definitely gotten me looking for someone who is still just a 1911 shop. I kinda also wish the Korth roller delayed .45 wasn’t having the problems I have seen reported and on video too. It isn’t a 1911, but it sure exudes quality (if not reliability at the moment). That expansion and failure is probably hurting the Korth brand.

  3. The frame looks cool and it appears the texture may be functional.

    Don’t care about the slide and sight stuff.

    The undercut trigger guard would be nice.

    Or I might get a HK VP40……or two for the price of a Wilson.

      • All im saying is glock are cheap and reliable. Just dont think it a good idea to mess with
        I just dont see why you would take a work horse and turn it into a pony show.
        And yeah i remember the shelby daytona. They were fun until the head gaskets blew. Fortunately they were relatively easy to change.

      • “Those things were hot shit in the 90’s if you wanted an American tuner car.”

        I *almost* bought the Shelby in ’89.

        What stopped me was the reliability issues that Iornhead mentioned above Chrysler had at the time. The final 2 car choices were a notched-back Mustang 5.0 and a Honda Civic si.

        I went with the Honda for the better resale I could get out of it when I traded it in 5 years. Life happened, and I never traded it.

        Got 19 years out of it and the only major work I needed on it were 2 timing belts and one clutch. Only one clutch surprised me, because I damn sure didn’t baby it. I finally sold at around 300,000 miles. The ‘around’ was because the speedo cable broke at 230,000 miles, and I drove it 3 more years.

        Really neat car, that si…

  4. Ford did the focus at Shelby’s tuning spot and had the RS fiesta , fun cars. As for the Wilson Glock it’s nothing that hasn’t been done except the sunburst thing going on, they should of bought makarovs when they were coming in and tokarevs we the people want STEEL WILSONS WITH HAMMERS!

  5. Dude, Wilson makes badass guns. They do cool upgrades to 92/96 Berettas, but this is out of their wheel house, and they should stop. They do 1911’s, they’ve done some of the best, if not the best, production guns/custom/hand fitted ones. If you asked me about Wilson Combat, I would not ever say “yeah, send them your Glock, it’ll get better.”

  6. i body a super modified glock 19 that checks all the boxes for me and addresses all my issues i have with the glock 19 for cheap

    its called a CZ P10

  7. If you want a high end 1911 then get a good base gun, and send it to Robar, and get the Thunder Ranch package. I started with a Springfield, but you don’t have to go as high as that. Best 1911 I have ever owned. Period. Beautiful gun. A Tac driver. You don’t have to go with the finish that is in the package. I went NP3 on the upper, and Rogard on the lower, but you can go NP3 on the whole thing or however you want it to look. For what they charge for some of these 1911 pistols you can get one that is far superior.

  8. Somehow I’m inclined to think that this would have never happened had the Cubs lost the series.

  9. It’s ZED not ZEV, as in Canadian for Zero. He was “Z” in the agency, as to ‘K’ and ‘L’, A,B,C,D….
    No criticism, just pointing it out.

  10. They need something like a panini machine that you put glock frames into to give a stipple jobs. Just pick the design, slip it into the heater thing, let it heat up, put frame in and press down for a few seconds and done. Like they do crunch wraps at taco bell.

  11. I said I would not like the Wilson Combat Beretta 92. I did. Hell, I bought 2.
    I said I would not like the Wilson Combat AR10. I did. Tiny groups, ultra reliable.
    I was HIGHLY skeptical of the EDC9. It’s an incredible gun.
    I should probably keep my mouth shut about this one.

  12. Wilson Combat makes great guns. They modify functional stock guns into great guns. I’d be plenty inclined to get one if not for the price tag, my GLOCKs are all modified already, and my GLOCKs take a beating. Also, carry Smith and Sig, so whatever works, works.

    These will be gracing “Recoil” soon, and will be purchased aplenty by folks who have more money than sense. And that’s fine by me. Hard to make a GLOCK uglier, so mighy as well make it look sweet.

  13. Looks like a custom/CNC whittling-stippling job on the frame; otherwise, Lone Wolf carries all the fancy parts one could hope to install on a G-machine to make it perform (and I guess look) like a fine-tuned pistol. I favor an exposed hammer for my EDC, however, so I won’t be favoring my G35 with anything more than the stock .40 S&W or 9MM conversion barrel fitted with a CNC-derived suppressor as soon as they become legal here in MA.

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