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what is your most accurate pistol

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Chocolate Bayou, Apr 22, 2014.

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  1. Chocolate Bayou

    Chocolate Bayou Member

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    I'm sure asked and answered many times, but I haven't seen it. What is the most accurate pistol you own. For me, it's 5" Colt government .38 super. Wow, it is like shooting 10' targets. Next would be my Springfield light weight loaded. if you are not too bored, what are your's
     
  2. critter

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    Smith model 41 for the .22's. In .45, it has to be my Les Baer 1911. Both are better than me.
     
  3. Robbins290

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    Sig p226 e2. Hits exactly where i want it too. Everytime. The p239 is right behind it. They both blow my glocks, m9 and 1911 out of the water
     
  4. Frankl03

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    I have a custom STI 2011 in .40 that is very accurate. Next I would say my Sig X5 Tactical and then my Ruger MKIII Hunter. The Ruger does have maybe a slight advantage, I have a red dot sight on it and it has a very sweet trigger.
     
  5. wgp

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    Browning HiPower, as modified by Jim Garthwaite.
     
  6. jjones45

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    Well all I have is stock production handguns at the moment so of those it's definitely my ruger sr45 with my walther ppq closing the gap quickly. However for years it was a 5" 1911. I just don't shoot 1911's as much as I use to.
     
  7. grptelli

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    Cz sp01 tactical 9mm. It is like a laser beam......
     
  8. 777TRUTH

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    CZ 75 B with some CGW goodness.
     
  9. CWL

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    Probably my .22lr pistols shooting match ammo.
     
  10. ColtPythonElite

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    10" Ruger MKii's. They will embarrass many .22 rifles.
     
  11. JR24

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    Depends on the day for me.

    Some days its my west German Sig P220.

    Other days its my Kimber Warrior.
     
  12. oldironsights

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    22LR- Dead heat between a Ruger Mk3 & a Navy Arms Olympia TT
    32auto- FN Browning model 1922
    9mm Kurtz-Mauser HSC
    9mm-CZ75B
    9mmMak-CZ82
    10mm-Tanfoglio-EAA Witness Elite target
    45auto-SIG-Sauer P220
     
  13. DM~

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    Without a doubt, my old High Standard Victor 22LR.

    I've won a lot of pistol matches with it and I've owned a LOT of other handguns that didn't shoot as good, so were sent down the road.

    DM
     
  14. Plastikosmd

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    Edit, oops semi only forum, with that in mind
    Toss up between

    Smith 52
    Sig 210
    ? X5 (on the way) prob will be a contender
     
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  15. Thompsoncustom

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    My cz's have always been the best shooting for me but I'm guessing mechanically my Dan Wesson 1911 was probably more accurate.
     
  16. Capt. Ct.

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    My Ruger 22/45.
     
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    H&K USP Elite .45 acp
    Most accurate .45 I have ever fired and most consistently accurate of any of my handguns.
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  18. mbopp

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    "Without a doubt, my old High Standard Victor 22LR."

    Same here, but it looks like my Nelson 22 conversion on a Springfield 1911 may give it a good run.
     
  19. browningguy

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    Sig X6, next are my EAA Witness Elite Matches.
     
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    My 3rd. gen. Glock 26. :)
     
  21. Siggy63

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    Of all my handguns, the gun I shoot the best is by far the least expensive of the bunch. The sp2022. I don't know that it is the most accurate but every time I shoot it makes me look like a really really good shot.
     
  22. Steve CT

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    Easy answer for me:

    Centerfire? Dan Wesson PM1S

    Rimfire? Buckmark with the Tactical Solutions barrel
     
  23. Comrade Mike

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    Automatic: My Browning Hi Power

    Of the two revolvers I currently own, my model 10. I suspect that will be ousted by the M14 I'm planning on acquiring here soon.
     
  24. 9mmforMe

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    My SD9VE 9mm budget semi...yup, it can drive tacks.
     
  25. Cee Zee

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    It's a toss up between my Sig P220 (Made In W. Germany model) and my S&W 629-2 Classic Hunter.
     
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