It is easier to blame to tool than the operator:
I have four 9mm 92 FS pistols; accurate out of the box:
Flawless, never jam: always go "boom"
just as an aside
is your accuracy better with a sig?
or with a Glock?
I own a number of pistols and revolvers. If I am shooting for score I choose the 92FS. I thought the bullets had homing devices the first time I shot it. If it is not on target it is because I am not doing my part.
"It is better to be too skeptical then too credulous"
__________________ Is it better to live by a corrupt society's standards rather than face persecution for not doing the same? This is the dilemma we now face. We must hold fast to our convictions as we confront this dilemma. Knowing one's self goes a long way in the crisis. - Me
If I had to choose only one 9mm and I was limited to:
or Sig 226
I would be totally lost:
I am not an indecisive individual:
I either take a bertetta or a sig to the range; never both:
and after much deliberation could not pick a clear winner:
I have gotten the Glocks, Rugers etc out of my system:
I do not like the PX4 Storm or the S&W M&P; the Walther PPS is a good pistol:
but if there can only be one???????
Sig 226, hands down. Look at how many agencies and departments use the 226, like: Navy SEALS, Texas rangers, Texas highway patrol, and many others, they choose Sig. Sig has a great reputation for accuracy, reliability, and warranty.