Gear: Wilson Combat Scattergun Shotgun


Wilson Combat Scattergun Shotgun

Wilson Combat
Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Shotguns
Price: $1,165.00
Average Rating:
(9 Votes)

Wilson Combat Scattergun Shotgun SSTD-AS For accurate and sustained delivery of multi-purpose ammunition, there's no other firearm like a Scattergun-built shotgun. With its patented TRAK-LOCK ® Ghost Ring Sight System, rifle-like accuracy is possible even under low-light conditions. For added reliability and function under extreme conditions, each shotgun is upgraded with important features such as a jumbo head safety and a high-performance magazine spring & high-visibility follower. Combined with the additional features incorporated into each model, practical design becomes the key. These shotguns are designed to perform, so when you need to unlock a door, open a window, clear a room, or identify a target, call for TACTICAL RESPONSE ® , the social shotgun supreme!

Member Reviews

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    Anonymous, Sun, 25 Nov 2007 16:47:45 UTC.
    1st review

    I thiink I'll stick with a 870, because thats alot of money for a shotgun.

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    1ROBERT34, Mon, 04 Feb 2008 23:07:25 UTC.

    Put 100 shells down range with this bad boy...loved its performance but cant afford the sticker!

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    AnthonyE, Wed, 06 Feb 2008 15:08:37 UTC.

    You can purchase a Benelli for the same price. I have around $1300 invested in my M90 Super Combat. I am not familiar with the Wilson Combat but will say that it is HIGHLY unlikely that their shotgun could compare with the speed and reliability of Benelli.

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    wrangler, Wed, 06 Feb 2008 23:52:17 UTC.

    I agree with anthonyE benelli is top notch , allthough wilson does make exellent pistols, i would have to personally put the wilson shotgun to a comparison test before i could give it a good performance rating.But it does look good.

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    Anonymous, Mon, 31 Mar 2008 16:39:06 UTC.

    This is an excelent shotgun. It's a little pricey but worth it.

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    techo, Sat, 30 Aug 2008 19:27:51 UTC.

    I have this shotgun. The rest of the department has the Benelli shotguns. Guess who they call when they want a shotgun on a call. The Wilson is dependable and cycles less lethal and CS way quicker than a Benelli. You have to rack the Benelli by hand unless you are shooting full loads, which makes it a Remington 870. I beat quite a few of the guys on timed drill with the Wilson.

    I do like the Benelli too, but prefer my Wilson Combat. I am surprised that a few guys posted a review on this shotgun without ever having fired it. You posted a review based on sticker price and your experience with a Benelli. That would seem to skew the rating of this weapon by people who have never shot it.

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    103M, Fri, 27 Mar 2009 12:00:25 UTC.

    This is truely a must have in a patrol officers trunk. This 12ga. beast has been fiited with latest and greatest feature to fight the battles of modern society. The only thing i can say is that if you install a van comp barrel on this you will stand in awe at the firepower you have just made available to yourself.

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    mwindle, Sun, 07 Mar 2010 13:44:29 UTC.

    Our department purchased each officer a Wilson Combat Scattergun Professional Model. We order the shotgun outfitted with the following Equipment:

    Quad Rail Forearm
    Trak-lock front sight and rear sight
    Knoxx specOps Butt Stock
    Six round sidesaddle
    Plus one Magazine extension
    Pistol Grip Burnsed Loop

    As far as the Accuracy, it is the most accurate shotgun I have every shot. The pump operation is very smooth and the trigger pull is excellent. This is my favorite weapon to carry and use. Very mean look to it which makes suspects think twice before doing something stupid.

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    elgallo, Mon, 26 Apr 2010 07:42:44 UTC.

    Yes it's pricey, but I spent nearly as much outfitting my old 870 just to get near what Wilson offers stock and I still lacked the ghost ring sights. I finally ponied up for the Wilson Combat Border Patrol model od green with Knox stock, picatinny fore end side saddle ghost ring and single point sling included in the price just over a grand. Shoots perfectly. Well worth the $$$.

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