A quick search didn't turn up much....if I missed it could someone point me to those threads. So I have some Glocks that are just inherently more accurate than others in my hands. I have no doubt my Glocks are more accurate than I can shoot them....just curious as to what a good armorer can do. I know comparing an Ed Brown .45 to a Glock is like comparing apples and oranges....curious though. So what are the mechanical factors a guy can do to squeeze the most accuracy out of the Glock platform [Yes, PRACTICE, I know- grin] If you have pics of these areas...even better. Is it possible to get a Glock to shoot under an inch at 50 yds...or is the platform not capable of that?