Well then, now back in town again with everything unloaded and stowed, I see that our buddy Stockmaker has been having some grand fun! Nice score there buddy! Once you handle a WC pistol, that degree of quality of "feel" just burns into your good memory data bank. They're great guns, and I know you'll enjoy the chit out of yours.
After reading all the posts in this thread, more congrats are due for Rama Lama with his new SFX9 non-rail WC acquisition!. You'll love it quickly RLD, those guns shoot like a house afire, and are more accurate than anyone I know could possibly hold. Amazing performance from a 3.25" barrel, at least it was for me. My first-shot target is below in case you missed my earlier post. This is indeed a double-stack, but the grip circumference is actually LESS than the 1911. Read the piece about the design on Wilson's website if you haven't already. While mine was being built, I laid in an assortment of 10-rnd flat bottom, 10-rnd with pinkie extension, and some 15- rounders for spare carry, so feel set 'for now'. You'll want to consider getting some early too, as you're really going to want to go shoot it soon after it arrives.
First day out, first shots fired. My 9mm carry load was Hornady 124gr XTP HP's at 15 yards:
A sidenote; this pistol ate virtually everything I fed her over a weeks time, any factory offering in any bullet shape, including some boutique HV loads with questionable nose profiles, and any of my handloads with all bullet profiles. Absolutely ran 100% the entire week, no matter how fast I shot it, or how slow....didn't matter at all.
The sights were pretty much spot-on. Despite their barrel length, like the Kimber Ultra, they're still more accurate than most of us can shoot, and that includes me. So with WLW working on my new lined Predator OWB rig, the package will soon be complete. By the way, the WC SFX9 3.25" fits perfectly in my Milt Sparks VM2 IWB rig, so that saved me another buck-sumthin'. Any holster intended for the 1911 Officer will fit.
Just for grins, here's a size comparison with a Kimber Ultra CDP, Wilson Combat SFX9, and a Micro 9.
At this point in time, we've got some real bonaroo choices in terms of small, potent EDC's. All happy here.