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Wilson Combat/Scattergun Technologies Standard Model

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The Wilson came with flashlight, nifty sling, great sights (including a night insert in the front), and worked perfectly. Still, we would make the forend sticky, and ask for a slightly longer stock to help keep it off our face.

Wilson Combat/Scattergun Technologies Standard Model

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The forend was way too slick and bumped our forward hand with each shot. Though this gun weighed over a pound more than the Robar, it was much less comfortable to shoot. Perhaps the weight of the light made the gun drive rearward harder, but the pad was slanted extensively, and was too hard.
The serrations lock the elevation positively. That single Allen-head screw right behind the bare aperture controls both windage and elevation. We'd have liked protective ears, even though this sight was made of steel and seemed stout.
Simple, ramped Wilson-made front sight featured a nightlight insert that told us where the gun was pointed before we hit the flashlight button.

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