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Lets see your best Glock groups

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by BigMoosie, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. BigMoosie

    BigMoosie

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    I just bought my first Glock and want to get an idea of what group sizes people are getting with their Glocks.

    If you have pictures of any of your shot groups please post:

    Glock model
    Barrel (stock or aftermarket)
    Trigger (stock or aftermarket)
    Ammo
    Distance
    Group size
     
  2. Sonnytoo

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    Here are some more recent photos:
    one of my better recent targets: All groups c-c measure, fired offhand standing.
    All groups five rounds target ammo, usually Win White Box 115gr from WalMart.

    G17L
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    G34
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    G17@25yds/ 4.01"
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    G19/25yds/3.54"
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    G36 @ 10 yds:
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  3. Gallium

    Gallium CLM

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  4. ithaca_deerslayer

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    If the focus is on the gun, itself. This is my G4 17 at 25 yards, benchrested, (just holding against sandbags), Speer Lawman 124gr, 2" group. The average of multiple groups was around 2.5"

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    If the focus is more on user error, here is how that same gun does for me off-hand at 25 yards. 2.875" group.

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    This is my carry gun, a 1996 26, with my Gold Dots 124gr carry ammo, off-hand at 25 yards, a 4.375" group. I have not benchrested it in a number of years (but maybe time to again). The shorter sight radius and stubby grip make it harder for me, personally, to shoot accurately at distance than compared to the my 17.

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  5. kodiakpb

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    This was my first time shooting a glock, hence the picture of the target. I don't have any current ones.

    G26 Gen4
    Barrel Stock
    Trigger Stock
    No Mag/Grip extensions
    Ammo: WWB :)~
    Distance: 7 yards / 21 feet
    Group Size: Didn't bother to measure
    Standing Modified Isosceles
    64 Rounds

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  6. ithaca_deerslayer

    ithaca_deerslayer

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    Holy freak! That is some darn good shooting.
     
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  7. Glockdude1

    Glockdude1 Federal Member CLM

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    My G27 will shoot a one shot group at 100 yards, I can cover with a nickel.

    :cool:
     
  8. ithaca_deerslayer

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    WThis is a 5 shot group at 20 yds by my glock 36. Not bad by my standards!
    Glock 36
    20yds
    3.5 connector otherwise bone stock!
    Roughly a 4 inch group because of a flyer


    Typed from my iPhone.
     

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  10. ron59

    ron59 Bustin Caps

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  11. kodiakpb

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    Good shooting everybody.....now I have the itch to go shoot
     
  12. robin303

    robin303 Helicopter Nut

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    Fixed my Hard Drives :whistling:

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  13. kshutt

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    I noticed that you took the pic of your pistol with the 4X scope cut out of the view. Not fair, Ron! :supergrin:
     
  14. TankerMax

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    What kind of pace are the shots being fired off in. I think ammo type, distance and SPEED are all important to consider when gauging accuracy.
     
  15. BigMoosie

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    Slow fire is what we want, as this a true test of what the guns are capable of accuracy wise. Do you feel confident that you can accurately hit what you are aiming at is what you should be asking yourself. I don't want to go into any competition or situation with any doubt as to my Glock's capability. Once you've determined accuracy and the confidence that goes with that you can then practice your double tap and speed shooting skills.
     
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  16. FiremanMike

    FiremanMike Way too busy

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    This is a stage from OPOTA qualifications. During this stage, the officer starts at interview distance, once the call of "gun" is made, the officer draws from their holster and fires three shots from the hip into the lower preferred area, then begins walking backward while raising their firearm and then putting three more shots into the target directly in front of them, then three shots into the target to the left and then three shots into the target on the right. The grouping shown above is the center target, the three shots while bringing my gun to level, while walking backwards. I would estimate shooting distance of about 7-10 feet and the grouping at about 1" or so. Those three shots were not timed with a PACT timer, but they were literally as fast as I could pull the trigger, and I would estimate them at easily under 1 second.

    Firearm used was a Gen4 Glock 19 with a TLR-1 attached.

    I don't care for slow fire bench rest shooting, to me a gun's worth is proven in how it performs (for me) under stress and pressure and in scenarios as close to self-defense as possible.
     
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  17. barth

    barth six barrels

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    Just realized that I don't have any pics at all of Glock targets. I have one pic on my phone, but that was from an M&P9. And seeing all the pics makes me want to go shooting.

    Next time....

    My best is usually 5 shots within a 2" group at 7 yds with G26, fairly rapid succession
     
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