What kind of match?
First suggestions are the Glock 34 or shopping around for a Springfield Loaded 9mm Target.
This is a discussion on Match accurate 9mm?? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I am looking for a reasonably priced ($750 or less) 9mm range gun for making very small groups. The more accurate, the better. Other than ...
I am looking for a reasonably priced ($750 or less) 9mm range gun for making very small groups. The more accurate, the better. Other than having adjustable sights so I can easily use custom loads, I am open to any suggestions.
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All are going to be considerably more than $750. The H&K P30 might be within reach and is a good handgun. CZ-USA would be in you price range. The longer the barrel though, the more you are going to pay.
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You could look at the XDm, which has a better trigger and a match grade barrel.
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S&W M&P Pro 9mm
Very accurate, nice trigger.
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Bullseye or action pistol?
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I definately would go for the Springfield Armory 1911 Loaded in 9mm It comes with adjustable sites. I have had mine for about 7 months and it is extremely accurate, 1 1/2 inch groups at 25 yds are quite normal. I use the Wilson Combat 10 round mags with this gun in IDPA. Good Luck!!
I like the out of box accuracy of the Beretta 92FS, you might want to add adjustable sights.
If you are looking for a basic (not custom made) range gun, then I'll submit my most accurate 9mm range gun under your listed price. My 5" Tactical XD is a close second and still under your cost. I'm sure other brands are as good or better. We all shoot a specific brand name best.
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A little over your price, but I'd suggest a Sig P226 in 9mm. For a little more $, go with the P226 Stainless Elite!
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If you're looking at IDPA or USPSA/Production, the choices are simple; GLOCK or M&P. Those two models simply dominate the sports. They aren't bullseye guns--2 to 2.5" at 25 yds would be good--but they are certainly better rounded than most bullseye guns. Fast recovery, easy mag changes, inexpensive upgrades, holsters commonly available, cheap mags, and vast caliber chioces.
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