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Thread: Dan Wesson Vigil 9mm--any experience?

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    I need to figure out what they go for used.
    If you aren't armed when you take a dump in your own home then your opinion on what is a practical daily carry weapon isn't interesting to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Bell View Post
    I may or may not have just bought a Wilson ultra light commander in 9mm. I may also be needing to sell my old Springfield Pro. I won't feel to bad since Christine, my old Wilson CQB came back from the burglars.

    I think the Valor or the Vigil would have been great, but I am a moron.
    Yes, but you're my kind of moron.
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    It seems I'm a tad bit late but I recently bought a DW "Guardian" in 38 Super. Everything about it is better than top notch. I was a die hard Colt fan for decades but this DW surpasses them all. I will look to them first. for any more 1911 purchases.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Bell View Post
    I may or may not have just bought a Wilson ultra light commander in 9mm. I may also be needing to sell my old Springfield Pro. I won't feel to bad since Christine, my old Wilson CQB came back from the burglars.

    I think the Valor or the Vigil would have been great, but I am a moron.
    Which Wilson, got a link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maximus83 View Post
    Which Wilson, got a link?
    He wrote Ultralight Commander. It can be easily found on Wilson's website.

    If you have to put a compensator on a 9mm, maybe you should buy panties instead of briefs - Ken Hackathorn via Facebook live

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    It should look like this. Arrives Thursday....

    pix771186228 by stoiclawyer, on Flickr

    pix729519439 by stoiclawyer, on Flickr

    I will be ditching those grips almost immediately.
    If you aren't armed when you take a dump in your own home then your opinion on what is a practical daily carry weapon isn't interesting to me.

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    Well done. So easy to upgrade, so hard to downgrade. Looking forward to range report. Congrats.

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    Nice--that should cure you of any desire to ever shoot plastic pistols again.

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    So why not an EDC X9?
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    Why don't you like the grips?

    If you have to put a compensator on a 9mm, maybe you should buy panties instead of briefs - Ken Hackathorn via Facebook live

    Liking a Glock is a version of Stockholm Syndrome. Nobody likes it but they get use to it in time - Countless Victims

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