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Your most accurate "little" pistol?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Blueduck, Apr 9, 2003.

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  1. Blueduck

    Blueduck Member

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    Know accuracy is not the primary function of smaller guns designed for concealed carry but...

    Which of the more compact autos have you been pleasantly surprised with at the range???
     
  2. CZF

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    MY CZ83. The addition of PT NITES transformed it from
    a good shooter to a great shooter. The Cz83 MAK that
    i had was also very accurate for a 'pocket pistol' type gun.

    I don't really like .380 or 9mm MAK caliber guns. Most are
    cheap, cheaply made..almost crude.. and have horrid recoil due to the blow-back action.

    The CZ83 is a bit bigger than most, handles recoil very well. Superb workmanship for the price. They fit most anyone.
    Best $230 i've ever spent.
     

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  3. DMK

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    I've been very pleased with it's accuracy out to 15 yards. At 25 yards, the short sight radius realy works against me, but the potential is there.
     
  4. Haycreek

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    Best "little Handgun"

    CZ 83 has no rivals !
     
  5. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    I bought an Interarms Walther PPK several years ago because it was irresistibly cute. It turned out to have a mediocre trigger, but was surprisingly accurate. I had a trigger job done on it. It's amazingly accurate at fifty feet.
     
  6. Stevie-Ray

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    Taurus PT-22. Strange sight picture, but when you get used to it, it's accurate as hell.
     
  7. bompa

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    Colt Mustang... Great gun and the recoil is not bad at all..Locked breech just like it's big brother the Govt.Mod.45.. Did I say it is accurate also..
     
  8. cool45auto

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    I really enjoy shooting my P32. I've only practiced with it out to about 7 yards, though, but it groups pretty good.
     
  9. gbelleh

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    My little Bersa .380 is surprisingly accurate, so is my Russian Makarov.
     
  10. Mr. Chitlin

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    I have a Taurus PT22 that is a super shooter for such a small gun.
     
  11. DeltaElite

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    My Glock 29. :D
    Ok, and my Kel Tec P-32. :D
     
  12. JohnKSa

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    My Walther PPK in .380 is a real tackdriver. After a demonstration which pitted me against a buddy with him using his Ruger MK II, I had to practically fight him off--he wanted to buy it so badly.
     
  13. colubrid

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    I was very surprised with the accuracy of the Glock 36. I never liked Glocks (even sold the ones I had) before the 36 came out.... When this "little big dawg" came along I was sold on Glock. Very light for CCW and very thin as well. Thinner than the other Glocks.
     
  14. firestar

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    That's easy! My Star Firestar M43 9mm. I was SHOCKED at the accuracy at 75 feet, 2" groups off hand.:what:
     

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  15. firestar

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    It is about a one inch group if you don't count the flyer! The gun is box stock and cost me $200. It shoots better than most full sized guns I have owned. It puts the Ruger P95, P89, S&W 59, FM Hi Power Detective and even my beloved Beretta 92fs to shame!
     
  16. 10-Ring

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    I've been very satisfied w/ my Beretta 950 ;)
     
  17. arinvolvo

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    Well considering it is my ONLY little gun, I guess it is also my most accurate,,,my autauga.
     
  18. Al Thompson

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    Beretta 950

    Even with it's tiny sights, this .25 will deliver unusually small groups. I have a Raven .25 that will also astound folks with it's accuracy, but the Beretta is a much better pistol.
     
  19. ruger357

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    Kimber Ultra Carry.
     
  20. Poboy

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    My Russian Makarov period. Plus as an added bonus my 2nd and 3rd rapid follow up shots are within 1.5in at 12.5 yards. Very little recoil in that little heavy package.
     
  21. SoDFW Jason

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    XD9 subcompact hands down.
     
  22. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

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    Greeting's DuckMan and Other's-

    I have been most pleasantly surprised with my
    daughters "American made" Walther PPK
    .380ACP. I feel like she got a good one; cuz it
    has NEVER jammed with any type ammunition!:uhoh:


    Best Wishes,
    Ala Dan, N.R.A. Life Member
     
  23. Tropical Z

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  24. Jesse H

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    Interarms PPK/S is my only "little" gun. It does quite well, despite the crummy sights.
     
  25. shooter.45

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    My Keltec P32 :D
     
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