Shooting is a perishable skill that requires proper fundamentals and constant training. It also requires a skill set that takes patience, and an ability to practice with what you have, and/or shoot what is available.
Most firearms are more accurate than their owners, but the Wilson Combat Protector II may be that last extra ingredient for success that someone may be looking for. It provides a level of confidence when you simply pull it out of its Wilson Combat embroidered case, and it backs up its price tag with the performance and shootability you would expect at this level. Being able to look down the barrel, knowing that the shot will simply go wherever the muzzle is pointed, is an amazing feeling.
I was never a real believer in high-priced firearms, but after shooting the Protector II, I have new respect and understanding for what “premiere” means and believe that the Wilson Combat reputation in the industry is justified and well-deserved.