What is the most accurate handgun you have ever fired, fifteen yards and under?

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    My FN FiveseveN is the most accurate, and probably the most fun as well.

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    4" Python with .38 wadcutters. Slow, fast, SA or DA. Same spot, same group at 50ft everytime. Ain't changed much in 20 years. I give the gun all the credit, because I KNOW I've changed.
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    Walther P99 AS
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    Bersa .380 that was my first carry gun. Amazing little piece. My Glocks can't touch it.
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    Ruger Mark III and Colt gov. model .45 That Ruger makes me feel like I can really shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wscottp7 View Post
    First post nails it.

    HK P7's are scary accurate.
    Gas operated slide made the recoil minimal, subsequent follow up shots were right on. Wish I could afford one,
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    Model 19-4. My dad left it to me. While he had a fine collection, the Model 19 was his go to gun and I now know why. My first day out with it I was running low on targets so I put a Camel pack on a stump. I shot the heart out of the camel. Or maybe that was the lungs. Hmmmm
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    I’d put both my PPQs at about middle of my “pack”, here’s how I rank a couple of my accurate handguns:

    Colt Python 6”
    Les Baer Concept V
    SIG 220ST
    Les Baer Stinger
    Walther PPQ(s)

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    Heavy, long barrel and light trigger

    I have also been shooting for many years, and have tried a lot of handguns. I have always found that I do my best with heavy guns having long barrels, light triggers and good sights. And of all the calibers, I think .22 is the easiest to shoot well with. So to be fair, you have to consider .22s as a class by themselves, and then centerfire handguns as a separate class.

    Given those considerations, my best .22 for accuracy has been a 30 year old Browning Medalist target pistol, shown below. This gun was made in Belgium and has been out of production for a long time. The trigger is very light and crisp, and the gun is easy to shoot well.

    In the area of revolvers, my two most accurate are a 50 year old S&W model 27 with an 8-3/8 inch barrel and a 30 year old Colt Python with a 6 inch barrel.

    For semiautos, my vote goes to a Sig P220 stainless which can beat any of my 1911s.







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    Whatever the gun, the accuracy is MOST dependent on the skill of the shooter. Most high-quality firearms (most) exceed the accuracy potential of the shooter. Choose wisely, grasshoppers.

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    All of my handguns have serious grouping problems under 15 yards. Guess I just have bad luck and get the ones with lousy crowns.

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    Without a doubt, for me, it is my Dan Wesson C-Bob.
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    I would rate myself as somewhere on the high side of average as a marksman but the one handgun I can't seem to miss with is an old S&W 10-5 with the 5" barrel shooting 158 grain ammunition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PEF View Post
    All of my handguns have serious grouping problems under 15 yards. Guess I just have bad luck and get the ones with lousy crowns.
    Have you tested them out of a rest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by InTTruder View Post
    Have you tested them out of a rest?
    No, but the problems are intermittent, because the guns
    perform well for other shooters. But when I use them the grouping problems shown up again!

    Very odd, huh?
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