Feel or accuracy more important?

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    That is why a defensive gun is a personal choice. It should feel good in your hand and you should shoot it well. It should be like an extension of your arm. If you are a new shooter, this will take time. For some it is a Glock, for some it is a 1911 and for some it is a revolver. It can sometimes be like finding the perfect pair of shoes.
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    If I can't hit anything, feelgood is worthless.
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    Feel or accuracy more important?

    IMO, accuracy is more important than ergos, but you wont be happy at the range without both being good.

    I loved everything about my Glock 23 except the grip. The finger humps just didn't fit my hands. I am on a self imposed gun buying freeze, so instead of trading or selling, I modified the grip myself. I ground off the finger humps and stippled the frontstrap. Now I have an awesome Gen 3 with a Gen 2 like grip.
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