Beretta 92FS is my favorite gun to shoot. I've had it for a couple decades. Glock 17 G4 is a couple months new to me, but I've had a 26 for a long time. Nice weather today so decided to shoot them side by side. Walked 200 yards to the end of my pasture, across only light snow for this time of year. Set up my target and shot 5 rounds each, 25 yards, standing 2 handed, unrested. Then trudged back. I need to shoot more, but here's the results. I might be pushing the Glock group up and left (I'm right handed), so I'm not moving the sights yet. The Beretta is dead on for me, but I'm getting a bit sloppy in my old age, at least there's a flyer on both sides Any thoughts? Not sure if any experts can read the tea leaves of those patterns. UPDATED with another target pic posted farther into the thread at post #30 (with the Glock sight adjusted). Wanna kill these ads? We can help!