Match accurate 9mm??

Match accurate 9mm??

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    Match accurate 9mm??

    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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    What kind of match?

    First suggestions are the Glock 34 or shopping around for a Springfield Loaded 9mm Target.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obxned View Post
    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.
    You have Factory Customs and then there are Customs. I favor Sig Sauer for a factory model, Probably the P229 Elite 9mm. Otherwise, a Kimber 1911 or Wilson Combat chambered in 9mm.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    What kind of match?
    This is my first question as well. Until we know what you are looking to do with it we can't really give you decent suggestions.
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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!!

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    Look at the CZ SP-01.

    CZ-USA -> CZ 75 SP-01

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    I like the out of box accuracy of the Beretta 92FS, you might want to add adjustable sights.

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    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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