I just had a Wilson Combat CQB Elite within the past year. A fan of the CQB, I was naturally curious to see what has changed and what hasn’t. The great thing about the CQB is that it is all you need in a 1911 without a lot of the add-on, bolt-on accessory stuff. It’s not “prissy,” so it cries out for use; carry concealed, in a SWAT leg holster, taking a training class and for executive protection.
What makes Wilson Combat’s CQB pistol so popular is that you can get a 100 percent reliable, very accurate and easily maintained 1911 without the need to take out a second mortgage on the old homestead. The CQB is known as the 1911 that meets or exceeds expectations without adding lots of frills and dressing.
I just had a Wilson Combat CQB Elite within the past year. A fan of…
by Bob Arganbright / Nov 1, 2007