So i've been shooting the local indoor IDPA matches and was looking at their others matches and wanted to try another discipline also. They run Bullseye and also the Ruger Rimfire, I know Bullseye would help greatly with trigger control but I was thinking the Ruger Rimfire would work on movement and speed at acquiring the target. Bullseye is scored off accuracy with a time limit, where speed and hitting an 8" metal target gets the job done in the Ruger events. So I was wondering how accurate the Advantage Arms kit are with the suggested ammo? 25yds is the range limit, so getting to the point, has anybody checked grouping with their kit? and on which size frame? I snagged some AA G19 mags, so I would prefer to use my G19, but if you have multiple kits and the full size kits out perform the compact kits I have a full size frame as well. Thanks guys, I did a search but the ammo/reliability discussion seems to be the norm and not accuracy. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!