Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ironworkerwill, Nov 12, 2016.
I have an H&K VP9 that is really accurate as well.
At what range?
At 15 feet (5 yards), I've never missed cutting the bullseye with my RG-25 .25 ACP pistol. It inevitably stovepipes the last round so you better get the job done in five rounds, but within its limitations, it has been a very accurate, easily concealed, very satisfying pistol that I am convinced has saved my life on more than one occasion.
If we're talking distances longer than across the bedroom of a suburban house then the best thing to do with my little RG would probably be to throw it at your assailant or use it to pistol whip him.
With the right loads it will put 10 shots inside of 3 inches at 50 yards.
Off of a machine rest, of course.
On the bullseye pistol site custom gunsmith Larry Lautenegger had this to say: "When I test stock guns (all at 50 yards), they shoot groups from 4" (very rarely) to 14", most falling between 6" and 12"."
A bullseye pistol needs hold 3" or less at 50 yards
( At any range compared to pistols you've shot at that distance.)
I think a good way to check would be to fire a course with each handgun on the same day, mark targets and do that again for a week. That should show me which gun is the most accurate in my hands by group size average.
Colt Gold Cup National Match...from a sandbag at 25 yard, it easily will shoot a mag full with all holes touching.
Simply Wow, what a fantastic collection of target pistols! You could probably shoot one a day for three or four months and not shoot the same gun twice! A big thank you for the trip through Wundpistole Wunderland!
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