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Picked up a couple of new toys today. 馃槂馃憤馃徎馃憤馃徎
Staccato C2
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Congrats... An actual 2011 is a really nice design... But the Wilson Combat is not a 2011...but it is a superior design. I was so impressed with mine. It's so clean, so minimal. The way the grip panels are wedged in... Never ever a squeak or rattle. Such a fantastic evolution. And yes, no need for a grip safety. I defeated mine on the 2011,and it's a big reason I wanted the WC X9.
 

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Hi @JoeOU1,

Wow! Most excellent!

I'm working my way up to a 2011. I just became a 1911 guy. ;)

You are quite fortunate. I'm happy for you. :) Thanks for sharing.


Thank you for your indulgence,

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Congrats... An actual 2011 is a really nice design... But the Wilson Combat is not a 2011...but it is a superior design. I was so impressed with mine. It's so clean, so minimal. The way the grip panels are wedged in... Never ever a squeak or rattle. Such a fantastic evolution. And yes, no need for a grip safety. I defeated mine on the 2011,and it's a big reason I wanted the WC X9.
This is the Experior, which has a 1911 slide. So it is a 2011, at least according to Wilson and everyone that鈥檚 tested them.
The EDC X9 is NOT a 2011. Two different guns.
They do look similar, but they鈥檙e not.
I own the EDC X9 and it鈥檚 compact little brother.
 
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This is the Experior, which has a 1911 slide. So it is a 2011, at least according to Wilson and everyone that鈥檚 tested them.
The EDC X9 is NOT a 2011. Two different guns.
They do look similar, but they鈥檙e not.
I own the EDC X9 and it鈥檚 compact little brother.
That's weird... So on the grip, is it removable? Is the screw covered by panels? The biggest feature of 2011s that made it a 2011 was the grip sub frame that attached to the slide frame. Same with the new SA offering. So it could be polymer or metal and was all one piece. Caspian always had the double stack, but it was all a one piece frame. Not like I know what the 2011 patent says, that's just what I thought. Is there a seperate grip frame that detaches from slide frame. People call it a 2011, but I can't find one broke down.

 

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Hi @JoeOU1,

Wow! Most excellent!

I'm working my way up to a 2011. I just became a 1911 guy. ;)

You are quite fortunate. I'm happy for you. :) Thanks for sharing.


Thank you for your indulgence,

BassCliff
Fair warning, 1911's multiply in your safe like rabbits. Put one in, lock it. next you know you have 3, then 7 and then.......11 plus a 2011.


It's all a pyramid scheme!
 

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It's a whole other rabbit hole, too late now, but big congratulations on the those 2." Cherries.
I'm at 5 now & in a holding pattern (until a larger safe magically appears)
STI DVC LTD (hardchrome)
STI DVC 3GUN
STI DVC APEIRO
STI/TTI JW3
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I'm way down the hole... I may need a ladder.
 
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