I'm not a great shot by any means, very low B class USPSA shooter and got Sharpshooter (that's like a "C" in most sports I think) the one time I did the IDPA classifier. Due to that I won't even use the term "accuracy", as I'm certain I shoot none of my pistols to their mechanical limit of accuracy.
Still dang.. every time I go out with my Glock 42 I'm just amazed at how precise I can be with it at close range, and even what it can do at longer range. I have put a Ghost connector in it to drop the trigger pull down the same as my other Glocks, but other than that totally stock. It basically replaced a Ruger LCR and LCP as my smallest carry guns. Those two basically I had half A zone hits at 25 yards and the rest looked like buckshot pattern. With the 42 it seems on autopilot and unable to break into the B zone accidentally if I wanted it to.
I'm guessing it's just the super low recoil and low blast from the 380 round, and it being on the larger side of it's competitors (long slide target version of a mousegun maybe?), but anybody else impressed in this regard?