Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by SharpsDressedMan, Nov 13, 2010.
Kimber Target II
Kimber Target II in 9mm - five touching holes at 25 yard off hand.
Centerfire, Smith 686+ 4". Scary accurate. Wolff spring kit and general cleanup inside. A lot of people have shot all or most of my guns, and the Smith 686 is by far the favorite.
I love the Dan Wesson 1911 Commander Bobtail, but even with the alleged match barrel, it's not the most accurate at all.
first group was great
2nd group (marked 3rd) tried to speed things up
3rd group (marked 2nd) I adjusted my sight picture (I just got this gun out of it's 10 day wait tonight)
4th group, I am playing with my grip
5th group, 4 rounds touching (inside .664) with 1 flyer 1.06 inches high, i am starting to figure this gun out
lastly, the 10 rounds to the head, I am very happy, 8 rounds touching, and 2 rounds 0.6" low..... love this gun
sry, my gun is much better than my camera
high standard or s&w 41 22 auto, walther match 22
next any good smith or ruger 38/357 revolver
40 sw, 45acp gold cup, les baer 1911 etc
My 6" Python is my most accurate revolver. My S&W Model-17 is a very close second.
My CZ-75BD is the most accurate auto I've ever shot.
both Stainles w/Hogue Rosewood grips Some days
I shoot the semi-auto better, some days the revolver
THe 625 was sent to S&W for the Master Revolver Action Job
My Pardini Free Pistol. Don't have the test target but it was less than 1/2" at 50 m.....kind of like the Morini FP referred to earlier.
S&W Model 19 shooting the wadcutter target loads or the 158 gn LRN cowboy loads
My Iver Johnson Woodsman clone. Yeah, yeah, I know it's a cheap hunk o' junk but MAN! IT REALLY PATTERNS WELL! ! ! !
All three shot freestyle really make me shine if I settle down and concentrate like none of my other guns can do. This includes my beloved CZ's and my other revolvers.
I recently got a S&W Model 17 but I was just getting used to it when the cylinder release knob broke off. I've got the parts now but haven't gotten it together to try it out some more. The little I did shoot with it showed it to be a champ but I'll have to play with the different ammos to find the one it likes best.
Centerfire is the 50th-Year .357 Blackhawk, then probably my Springfield 'Loaded Champion' 1911. Still haven't found the best load yet for my "Sheriff's Model" 3-3/4" (or so) barreled fixed-sight Vaquero
I have not had the opportunity to shoot many of the high end pistols here but have shot a few pistols.
SIG 226 9mm, SIG228 9mm, SIG239 9mm,
Glock 26, Glock 19,
Beretta 92, Stoeger Cougar 9mm,
RIA 1911 .45acp, RIA 1911 9mm,
Colt .45acp, Caspian .45acp
and ...my new Kimber Custom II .45acp.
Of the above, my new Kimber Custom II is the most accurate centerfire, followed by the Caspian. Perhaps even. Really love the Kimber.
Amazingly accurate for their size were the Ruger SR9c and Glock 26, for some reason. More than the G19 or SIG 226 (which was old). Both RIA's were excellent for the price.
Most accurate rimfire would be my Ruger MKIII Hunter, 4-5/8" barrel, stainless. Better with it than any other .22lr I have tried..though have not tried a Buckmark.
My best to all
S&W 617 with 6" barrel.
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