Wilson Combat Ar9g 9mm Black Armour Tuff 11.3″
Caliber: 9mm – WC-AR9 Platform
Barrel Length: 16″ Round Threaded, 16″ Fluted Threaded
Overall Length: 33″ (16″ Barrel)
Weight Empty: 7 lbs 0.2 oz (16″ Non-Fluted), 7 lbs 1.2 oz (16″ Fluted)
Magazine Options: GLOCK®, Beretta®, or EDC X9
*Features and/or upgrades not included in the base model and pricing may be seen in photos.
*The weights listed are close estimates. We cannot guarantee the weight of any firearm to be 100 percent precise due to modest differences in all parts and/or custom option deviations.
SPECIFICATIONS OF WILSON-COMBAT Ar9g 9mm Black Armour Tuff 11.3″
Billet Upper (Flat-Top) and Billet Lower Receiver
Wilson Combat Match Grade Barrel
5/8”x24 Threaded Muzzle with Q-Comp
Wilson Combat M-LOK® Rail (suitable for gas block coverage)
Wilson Combat/BCM Starburst Gunfighter Grip, Black
Wilson Combat TTU (Tactical Trigger Unit) 9mm, 4#
Proprietary Bolt for Excellent Feed Reliability with Common Bullet Profiles
Armor-Tuff® Finish applied over Mil-Spec Hard Anodized Upper/Lower Receivers
Use of Commonly Available Service Magazines
Positive Lock Back on Empty Magazine
Standard AR Furniture/Sight Compatibility
Quiet Suppressor Host
Wilson Combat engineers took a new look at its cutting-edge ARs and decided to create the AR9 series, a dedicated 9mm platform.
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Wilson Combat ARs are known for their accuracy and craftsmanship, and these 9mms are no exception.
A 9mm AR is ideal for home defense, and these Wilsons can accept magazines from your handgun.
With premium ammo, Wilson promises that its AR9s will shoot 1.5-inch, five-shot groups at 50 yards.
Wilson’s new AR9s are compatible with Glock, Smith & Wesson M&P, and Beretta 92 magazines and come in carbine, SBR, and pistol forms.
Because these are three of the most popular pistols, Wilson-Combat has made it simple to connect your favorite 9mm handgun with an AR-platform pistol or rifle that is ready for action. The weapons will not only utilize the same ammunition, but they will also use the same magazines. Wilson combat ar9 review
These ARs are good candidates for cost-effective training since they can use standard 9mm service pistol magazines and have less recoil and muzzle blast than 5.56mm AR platforms. Wilson combat ar9 lower
To avoid overpenetration, the 9mm is available in a number of bullet options for home defense, but the cartridge is finally being loaded to its full capability to halt threats. The FBI’s return to the 9mm round is prima facie proof that it meets the performance requirements.
Several manufacturers have converted the AR platform to 9mm over the years, but making an AR run reliably on a pistol caliber diet takes some careful engineering. “Those old Colt-style magazines were unreliable,” Bill Wilson says, “and if you dropped a fully loaded one, it would most certainly blow open and leave you stranded.”
That’s why Wilson-Combat built the AR9 series on tried-and-true Glock, S&W, and Beretta magazines. These magazines are long-lasting, dependable, and widely available. They won’t split open if dropped on a cement floor.
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