Wilson Combat's Ultralight Carry Professional

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posted on June 30, 2016
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The new Ultralight Carry Professional by Wilson Combat is a concealed-carry dream. Available in 9 mm and .45 ACP, the new gun features a full-sized aluminum frame to lessen the weight. The frame makes the firearm 60 percent lighter than those with a comparable steel frame, yet it will hold up to extensive practice time at the range. Unloaded the gun weighs just 29 ounces.

The short, fluted 4-inch barrel and steel slide clears your holster quickly, yet due to its match-grade cone barrel with a flush cut reverse crown, the Carry Professional sacrifices little when it comes to accuracy or recoil control.

The Ultralight Professional Carry features G10 starburst grips for a confident hold and comfortable shooting. A countersunk slide stop and tactical bullet proof thumb safety are additional features that really make this gun all about concealed carry.

Standard features of the Ultralight Carry include a round butt aluminum mainspring housing and carry/ball endmill cuts.

MSRP is $3,765 for 9 mm and $3,650 for the .45 ACP. Visit Wilson Combat for a list of full features and a variety of color finishes.

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