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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.

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