Wilson Combat’s NEW SFX9 3.25″

For a while, plastic fantastics had made 1911-patterned firearms obsolete. Not completely so, but as a concealed carry option, they no longer made sense. A polymer pistol could hold 15 rounds of 9mm instead of seven rounds of .45 ACP. They also weighed almost half as much as a 1911. However, chambering the 1911 in 9mm and adapting the design to the modern market has created options that are just as viable as the wonder nines. Wilson Combat has released its SFX9; a 15 round, 9mm carry gun.

The X9 family continues its performance-driven evolution with the new SFX9 solid frame models.  This variant of the SFX9 has a 3.25” sub-compact top-end mated with our new SF (Solid Frame) lightweight full-size aluminum grip frame design. The SFX9 frame is machined from solid T6-7075 aluminum that is rugged, comfortable, and highly concealable. The SFX9 is light enough to carry for long durations and the solid frame’s enhanced grip shape significantly enhances recoil control during rapid-fire and extended range sessions.

Wilson Combat’s NEW SFX9 3.25″

Weighing only 26.9 ounces empty, this 9mm 1911 weighs little more than a Glock 19, while matching its capacity. The SFX9 comes standard with a fiber optic front sight post, a Picatinny rail, and a 3.25″ barrel. The trigger breaks at 3.5 to 4.5 pounds from the factory. The slide has a black DLC finish and sports X-TAC rear cocking serrations. Both the barrel and chamber are fluted, and the muzzle end features a recessed crown. Two 15-round magazines are included with the gun.


  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Capacity: 15
  • Height: 5.25″
  • Overall length: 6.75″
  • Barrel length: 3.25″
  • Width: 1.4″
  • Weight: 26.9 oz empty
  • Base MSRP: $2,895

For more information, go to Wilson Combat’s website. You can also find out more about this and other firearms by following them on social media. You can find Wilson Combat on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Remember to train with your carry gun. It’s fun and practical!

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