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Some gun owners seem to have it in for Wilson Combat. I can buy 34 GLOCKs for the price of a Wilson Combat 1911! I can buy a small car for the price of a Wilson Combat AR or shotgun! That’s just silly. Wilson Combat charges a premium price because they sell premium firearms. Custom guns manufactured from high-quality parts. Engineered, manufactured and assembled with knowledge, experience, care and precision. But don’t take our word for it. Come and shoot it! For the price of a ticket to the 2016 Texas Festival you can shoot the best that Wilson Combat has to offer and judge for yourself. (Ammo’s free!) We’re talking . . .

1911’s, Beretta 92’s, AR-15s, AR-10’s, Wilson Scattergun Technology shotguns and the new AR9 carbine. Come and shoot them all at Best of the West Shooting Sports in Liberty Hill on October 15 and/or 16 as Wilson Combat joins the Texas Firearms Festival to strut their stuff, ballistically speaking.

You’ll get serious trigger time ringing steel with Sinterfire lead-free frangible ammo. You’ll meet the Wilson employees who stand behind theirs guns. (Literally.) You’ll find out what makes a Wilson Combat firearms a family heirloom: a gun that faithfully serves its owners for generations to come.

Should you decide to purchase a Wilson Combat gun at the Texas Firearms Festival you can buy it right then and there. (If you’re not a Texas resident, bring a copy of your local gun dealer’s FFL and Wilson will ship it home.)

If you own a Wilson firearm, this is your chance to sample their product range and discuss your next purchase (and pick up some more class-leading mags). If you don’t, this is your chance to see what all the fuss is about. Be warned: to shoot a Wilson Combat gun is to want it. Not there’s nothing wrong with that . . .

Click here to buy your tickets and demo Wilson Combat firearms at the 2016 Texas Firearms Festival.

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    • I have an FS and a G. The G is how the service pistol should have been made in the first place.

  1. I don’t have it in for Wilson, or even Cabot for that matter, nor have I ever said anything to that effect. I just can’t afford them, and even among those of us who make a good living would be hard pressed to spend several thousand dollars on a 1911 when they could get one for less than a thousand. It’s called free enterprise. Even with the Cabot, which seems to revel in being fundamentally overpriced. At least Wilson pistols are able to put their money where their mouths are, by most accounts. Maybe I should try to attend on the cheap. Anyone willing to let this motorcyclist camp overnight somewhere with a tent and sleeping bag chained to the bike nearby?


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