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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Rocks, Sep 20, 2020.
Mine is my Walther 45 PPQ M2.
A custom S&W Model 67 that’s had work done by Frank Glenn. Herrett Target grips, action-job, 6” match grade bull bbl.
Or my custom 1911 .38 Super that also came from Frank Glenn...
They both shoot far better than I do.
Probably this one.
Actually it’s this one.
6 1/2” S&W model 29-2. Benched with the right hand load, groups at 25 yards are one ragged hole.
As is mine in 45ACP.
Kimber pro carry 11.45 cal.
Toss-up between my TRP and Mk23. Shadow 2 isn’t a slouch, either.
4” Smith model 66. But it’s not super accurate with just any ammo. It is picky.
I reload wadcutters for it when I really need it to be dead on.
Model 41 Smith and Wesson.
Might not be this one but I have the photo of it. Only time I shot it to 200 yards. I managed three rounds in 1/2" at 100 yards once. I was sonervous I couldn't fire more than three rounds.
I've got one, it isn't bad but I'm not all that impressed with it either. Maybe I need to shoot more.
3. My Shadow 2 in stock configuration
2. Same Shadow 2 with 13# hammer spring from CGW
1. Same Shadow 2 with 13# spring and Holosun 407CO V2
^^^^^^ Same here, for rimfire. Simply outstanding pistol!
Centerfire - TC Contender in 7mm TC/u. 140 gr Sierra w/H-335 pushing it. Three shots covered by a nickel @ 100 yards, off of sandbags.
I had a Ruger GP100 with a 6” barrel about 75 pounds ago. I was so-so with .357s but was as accurate as I’ve ever been with .38s. Pawned it to get my wife at the time a 9mm.
Accurate from a rest or in the shooter's hands?
I guess it's which one you shoot the best.
Ruger mk2 and 3 for me.