Wilson Combat BCMGUNFIGHTER 1911 Tactical Weapons August 2015
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On the heels of the very popular collaborative effort of the Wilson-Beretta 92G Brigadier Tactical (see sister publication Combat Handguns’ March 2015 issue), Wilson Combat and Bravo Company Manufacturing have recently announced a 1911-platform project.

The BCMGUNFIGHTER 1911 is a limited-production offering based on Wilson’s X-TAC 1911, which has become the standard with users who run their 1911 pistols hard in extreme environments.

The BCM exclusive retains the core features of the X-TAC and adds a tactical accessory rail and other select performance options that Bravo Company Manufacturing’s experts demanded, including Wilson Combat’s Bullet Proof one-piece mag well, a solid medium trigger and a tritium front sight.

Like the Wilsonized Berettas, the BCMGUNFIGHTER 1911 features an Armor-Tuff finish. In tandem with the BCMGUNFIGHTER/VZ G10 grips, the frame’s X-tread pattern locks securely into the firing hand and reduces muzzle flip without snagging on clothes or covering garments. (bravocompanyusa.com)

Look for a full-blown test and evaluation of the BCMGUNFIGHTER 1911 in the next issue of Tactical Weapons magazine. And to snare a single copy of the March 2015 issue of Combat Handguns, please visit personaldefenseworld.com.

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