By Mike Searson
U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Recently we had a chance to lay hands on the Wilson Combat EDC-9, a 1911 chambered in 9mm. This pistol is one of a series of four handguns put out by Wilson that incorporates the company’s “Enhanced Reliability System” (ERS).
This means you get a match grade 4” stainless steel cone-type barrel, with no barrel bushing. Some shooters will like it, some shooters will hate it. This barrel is fluted and has a flush cut reverse crown and an externally fluted chamber. The single lug design enhances slide velocity, reduces cycling friction and improves reliability with regard to feeding different types of ammunition.
The EDC-9 has a frame rail capable of mounting a light or laser and utilizes a spring-loaded external extractor. Yeah we know what you are thinking and we used to hate on them, too. However, they …Read the Rest