Arkansas-based Wilson Combat has been a player in the custom and semi-custom M1911 game for over 40 years, and its CQB line is tough to beat. 

First introduced a decade ago, the Close Quarters Battle, or CQB, series today is a thoroughly modernized version of John Browning's venerable single-action pistol. Built in the tried-and-true original style but with more contemporary features that lend themselves to better performance, the series is pitched for use in defense, competition, or daily carry roles. 

Today, the line includes the standard full-sized CQB with a 5-inch barrel, the upgraded CQB Elite, the 4.25-inch CQB Commander, the corresponding Elite Commander, as well as the 4-inch CQB Compact. 



Wilson Combat CQB
The standard full-sized CQB. These are available in .45 ACP, 10mm, 40 S&W, .38 Super, and 9mm


Wilson Combat CQB
Common features across the Wilson Combat CQB series include a carbon steel frame and slide, a high-cut checkered front strap, high-ride Bullet Proof or concealed style beavertail grip safety, front and rear slide serrations, a crisp trigger pull in the 3.5-to-4.5-pound range, G10 grips, WC's Battlesight with a fiber-optic front, and a stainless-steel match-grade hand-fit barrel. 


Wilson Combat treats each of its CQBs with care, making sure they deliver a quality product. 



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