I've been spending some time with my 442 at the range. I have about 200 rounds through it now and cannot believe the accuracy at self defense distances (15-21 feet). I am shooting 1-1.5" groups slow fire, and rapid fire groups are always under 4". These are amazing groupings for me, even at these close distances. I normally wouldn't shoot that well with my P228 or Kimber.
My question here is why? Why am I able to shoot this short barreled gun better than my others? Is it poor trigger control with the Sig and Kimber? Can the longer DA pull of the 442 be helping my technique?
Now I'm thinking I should try out some longer barreled, bigger caliber revolvers and see how I manage with those.