I had a little informal shootout between my Glock 20 SF and a new to me Kimber Eclipse II. The Glock has a Storm Lake bbl, fiber optic front sight, 3.5 lb connector, otherwise it's all stock. The Kimber is all stock. The load was my Glock's favorite load, 9.3 gr Longshot- 180 XTP- 1.250 OAL- Starline brass- CCI 300 primers. I haven't tried any other loads in the Kimber. The plan was to check the sight regulation on the Kimber, I'd been shooting and adjusting the fixed rear sight for windage and thought I had it about right. As an afterthought I threw in the Glock. I set up targets at 25, 50 and 100 yards. I use a 4", 8" and 16" bull so the sight picture is the same. I use a seated backrest position with the gun rested in between my knees. For me the point of impact from this position is real close to the POI of two handed standing. I shot 3 shots at each target whith each gun. The Glock shot a 1" group at 25yds a little low and left of center, a 4" center group at 50 yards and a 12" group at 100yds barely left of center. The 100 yd group was 4" wide and centered. The kimber shot a 3" group at 25 yds a little high, a 4" centered group at 50 yds with two shots touching and a 3" group at 100yds centered for elevation and a little left of center. I thought both guns shot very well and you guys would get a kick out of the results. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!