It was every bit, but no more, accurate than my Glock 31 that I sold to buy the
Kimber and that puts it more accurate than I can shoot more than one dedicated
shot at a time.
What you really mean is that you can't shoot it anymore accurately than your Glock 31. You can't compare accuracy unless it is done under controlled conditions - meaning a Ransom Rest with the same ammunition used in each pistol.
Your accuracy with either pistol only demonstrates your shooting capability - not the inherent accuracy of the gun.