I was at the gun shop yesterday and the salesman is talking with a customer that is either considering purchasing a Beretta 92 varient or trading one in. He mentions that he doesn't like Beretta's but a lot of people do and says it's whatever you like. The customer mentions something about accuracy and the salesman states that it is a combat pistol and therefore not meant for accuracy. The salesman also says the same goes for Glocks. The salesman says he cares about accuracy. I don't know what he shoots, but the only pistol that I guess is accurate is a 1911 after it's been modified. I'm not sure, but I don't believe that standard GI 1911's are even that accurate. Anyways, it got me questioning what defines a "combat pistol/handgun"? Also, why wouldn't a standard combat pistol/handgun be made to be acccurate, I would think it would be a requirement if not a top priority...reliability being #1 (I would imagine). What IS an accurate handgun...Sigs and HK's might be slightly more accurate, probably not by much and certainly not significantly. I'm probably a below average shooter and I've owned an HK USP .45, Sig P220, Sig P228, and now a Glock 21SF. You certainly can't go by me (I can barely hit paper at 50feet), but I shoot my Glock better than the rest. I kept the Glock and sold the rest.