Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by natural marksman, Feb 8, 2009.
My Stoeger Couger 9mm that I just gave to my son as a gift.
S&W Mod 41, 22 LR with 7 1/2 " barrel, K-22 is close second. Centerfire it's a tossup between a Browning Hi power, with Bar sto barrel and Millet sights and a S&w K-38,
You guys will laugh at me. My most accurate and reliable handgun is a Norinco TT-33 clone. I bought two of them over 15 years ago for $89 ea. I just gave one to my brother. I've outshot guys who have pistols that cost over $1000, it really frosts them. I've got over 55,000 rounds through the thing as of the last time I figured it out.
I've become a great fan of these pistols, obviously. Inexpensive and bulletproof, always goes bang when I pull the trigger.
My taurus 24/7 40S&W
An old Clark Heavy Slide (made by the master, Jim Clark, Sr.) 1911 wadcutter gun. It was so accurate that it was almost boring. Unfortunately, it wasn't mine.
My 1939 Registered Magnum.
One a good day I can do this with it.
This is from an offhand position, 15 yards, 50 rounds of hot 158 grn reloads.
It took me a long time to get this good, but what can I say. It's a Registered Magnum. What do you expect?
SWEET looking gun and nice shooting Tex!
My STI Eagle 6.0 in .45acp.
My Pardini .32 was the most accurate I have shot, next is my Witness Elite Match, then a couple of .22 Target pistols.
My "new" CZ-82!
Les Baer TRS
my Ruger p-89 9mm I shot 250/250 at the gun range with it.
another vote for the BHP.
Both .357 and .44 Dan Wessons.
That's easy: A Smith & Wesson Model-52. .38 Special wadcutter gun, 5 shot, walnut gripped thing of beauty. Boy, that baby could shoot the proverbial ragged hole at 25 yards. It sat at the gun shop for years because the locals thought it was not up to par with a "manly" caliber, so I finally bought it for 5 hun. I traded it to my brother a while back. Sure do miss it.
SIG P220 or a 9mm STI Ranger II
A David Sams Caspian 1911 .45
A S&W M41 .22
SW1911, first run.
I've shot a few pistols that were easy to shoot and so accurate that I knew without a doubt any flier was my fault. Some of them are a Ruger MK2, S&W M66, Kimber Classic, and Springfield Loaded.
I know not many people will believe me, but as far as a stock gun, original iron sights with no add-ons whatsoever, it was a milsurp Russian 9x18mm Makarov. I could plink 12 oz soda cans at 50 yards with that thing all day, or print 1" groups at 25 yards. I tried to buy it from the guy that owned it so many times I don't even remember them all but he, understandably, refused to sell. Last I heard his wife was using it as her CCW, and he still won't sell it!
Peter M. Eick - I think I can safely say that we all hate you, so you can relish in our jealously.
Anyone who said a semi-auto centerfire has most likely never fired a good revolver or rimfire pistol. And certainly never an XP / Striker / TC.
Colt Trooper Mark III, .357 with 6" Barrel
My FWB C55
This air pistol would shoot one hole groups. Easily the most consistantly accurate gun I have ever seen. .17 cal of fun.
My Ruger Mark 1 with a 7 7/8" barrel. I hit dead on what ever I place the sights on. And this has been since I was about 14 years old.
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