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Old 09-16-2011, 03:34 AM   #11
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The most accurate semi auto would a Bulls-eye 22lr. 1911 is good but not as good as my Buckmark. I got a Kimber Gold Match 1911. It is very accurate but recoil and cost of ammo knock it out of most accurate category. I practice more with the Buckmark and is able to split playing cards with it. One more thing get the right ammo for the gun. Put the gun on a Ransom Rest and try different loads to see what shoots the tightest groups.
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Old 09-16-2011, 04:36 AM   #12
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The 1911 probably has the greatest potential for easy accuracy among "defensive" autos. Though, one of the military's competition teams tuned a Beretta 92 (M9) to shoot a 2" group at 50 yards, I believe one-handed.


I did this 1.75" group @ 25 yards yesterday with my cheap-o Taurus OSS 9mm :P . Though, I specifically bought the pistol for its reported accuracy, and so far I'm not disappointed in that respect.
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S&W. 41 is a pretty slick 22
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Seems like we should define whether we are including fixed-barreled rimfires or not, heh.
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Seems like we should define whether we are including fixed-barreled rimfires or not, heh.
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So, *most accurate semi-auto handguns*...that's a broad category.
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My father was an expert marksman, Rifle, hand gun and shot gun.. He killed a Squirrel that was on a dead run to its nest, the gun in hand was a pistol, 38 special....I have a 22 semi made in bum #$#$ Egypt and can't hit my foot at point blank range..... Soooooo The right gun in the right hands....
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Posted under *handguns*.

So, *most accurate semi-auto handguns*...that's a broad category.
There is a separate section specifically for rimfires so it is logical to presume that if he is looking in the non-rimfire section, he isnt looking for a rimfire . But, as I said, we should, for the sake of relevance, define what he's looking for. If he wants a handgun for IDPA and bullseye, a Buckmark won't get him anywhere.
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There is a separate section specifically for rimfires so it is logical to presume that if he is looking in the non-rimfire section, he isnt looking for a rimfire . But, as I said, we should, for the sake of relevance, define what he's looking for. If he wants a handgun for IDPA and bullseye, a Buckmark won't get him anywhere.
Good point.
Center fire it is.

I suppose a little more specificity in the OP would save us some BS.

These *what's the best* threads usually end up FUBAR anyway.
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That is some good shooting! I just got a Buckmark from a good friend of mine that has a red dot on it. Hope it shoots that good!
What ammunition are you using? Couldn't make it out

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My S&W Model 19 with 6" barrel.

ETA: Guess I shouda read the title better!

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