Too bad they don't offer a railed version in the $450-550 range. I would snap one up in a heartbeat.
Actually S.A.M. seem made on CNC equipment. Here some history on the company:
Consensus is that the Norinco frame and slide are of a premium grade steel. Haven't had one myself, just what I've read over and over on CGN. Cosmetics are poor, this is where SAM has them beat. Again, just what I've read on the forums.
Again this is something that cannot be found anywhere previous to the pre-ban year of 1994. So if you have genuine info or web info about it - Please post a link. I have been following IPSC and Wilson for 30 years + and never stumped on anything Norinco used by Wilson. Looking forward for infos - hard evidence to this.I know this is posted on some forums, by some individual- kind a urban legend - but nothing from Wilson or serious publication could be found on this.
Wilson started building gun in 1996. Before that date they were making parts.
I do not see them using a banned product unavailable since 1994.( year they were banned).
I think we are off topic here LOL ! The S.A.M" line of 1911 is great...that will be my choice of a basic platform for mods.
Last edited by Janeau; 12-31-2012 at 05:25 PM.
Very nice handguns, seem to be of great quality. All it needs is a new beavertail, hammer bite is pretty unpleasant.
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wilsoncombat.com/faq_handgun.htm Now back to the S.A.M line, I think a Sigma 9 will have to be in my possession soon http://www.wolverinesupplies.com/det...mm-Barrel.aspx
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My resolution was no guns in13. I'm already fvcked!
Teach your daughter how to shoot because a restraining order is just a piece of paper.
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