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#5432925 - 11/20/14 08:20 AM Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip?
janie Offline
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Registered: 08/30/05
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I can't be the only one. smile So many fine firearm's out there with excellent reviews. but once in your hand, and on the range, everything goes to hell in a handbasket.

For me, it's the Springfield X series. I've shot the XD. XDM and the XDS.

I literally could not hit the broadside of a barn.

Let's hear it. I know TX Killer posted up awhile back, he had the Shield, and couldn't get rid of it fast enough.
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#5432929 - 11/20/14 08:22 AM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: janie]
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S&W 5906, i'd be better off trying to beat someone to death with it than shoot'em
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#5432948 - 11/20/14 08:32 AM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: janie]
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Registered: 04/10/09
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Loc: Deer Park , TX
I have never been a fan of any of the double action S&W semi auto's. I have tried and sold them shortly thereafter due to my inability to fire accurate shots.
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#5432986 - 11/20/14 08:49 AM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: janie]
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1911's of almost any ilk. I've shot colt's, kimbers, springfield. I can hit the target at 5 yards with one but, for a self-defense weapon, I would usually be winging them. Figure the cops would think I was torturing them.

XD's, M&P 9's and 40's etc. I can shoot quite well.
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#5433087 - 11/20/14 09:25 AM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: janie]
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For me it was a Glock, just couldnt get use to the trigger pull/break. Now I can shoot better with my G26 then I can with my P226. I can rock a G17, to the point of shooting a 100 with almost 40 X ring hits during our police qual, might just be giving up the old P226
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#5433089 - 11/20/14 09:25 AM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: janie]
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2" revolvers. I know they aren't known for their accuracy. They are what they are, but I bought one for my wife 2 years ago. At 15ft, I was hitting 1/10 on a 15"x15" piece of plywood.
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#5433120 - 11/20/14 09:35 AM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: janie]
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You people need to spend more time with a pistol. I understand that some may not be as easy to shoot, but if you watch what you are doing, hitting a 6"x6" target at 20 yards is not hard. I have shot small carry pistols all the way to 45-70 Encores, and unless the pistol is extremely inaccurate, there is really no excuse not to hit your target. I may also add that I have shot many pistols that I really didn't like shooting, but it wasn't because I couldn't hit my target.
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#5433228 - 11/20/14 10:22 AM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: janie]
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#5433350 - 11/20/14 11:07 AM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: janie]
Fishing Fester Offline
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Had a Taurus 111 millenium pro as a truck gun. Couldn't hit jack all with it. Now glock is what I rock in the truck!
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#5433442 - 11/20/14 11:55 AM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: janie]
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Any DAO pistol gives me fits. 100% because I do not practice enough with them. Anything with a lite crisp trigger I'm on.

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#5433506 - 11/20/14 12:25 PM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: janie]
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I had a sig 232sl that I could never hit anything with. Of course it had to be the gun right? Let my step daughter shoot it and she was nailing it. So I sold it. Decent with the xd stuff but I found I shoot the gp100s the best.
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#5433581 - 11/20/14 12:53 PM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: Tactical Cowboy]
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Originally Posted By: Tactical Cowboy
You people need to spend more time with a pistol. I understand that some may not be as easy to shoot, but if you watch what you are doing, hitting a 6"x6" target at 20 yards is not hard. I have shot small carry pistols all the way to 45-70 Encores, and unless the pistol is extremely inaccurate, there is really no excuse not to hit your target. I may also add that I have shot many pistols that I really didn't like shooting, but it wasn't because I couldn't hit my target.


Sums it up well. Believe Bob Munden was a perfect example of being able to shoot with any handgun.
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#5433729 - 11/20/14 01:58 PM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: janie]
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Or Jerry Miculek...
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#5433730 - 11/20/14 01:58 PM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: janie]
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My back up. Keltec pf9. That long hard pull throws everything off. Wish glock would produce a slim single stack 9mm.

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#5433767 - 11/20/14 02:21 PM Re: Handgun's you can't shoot worth a flip? [Re: Big Will]
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Originally Posted By: Big Will
My back up. Keltec pf9. That long hard pull throws everything off. Wish glock would produce a slim single stack 9mm.
Shoot it more often and watch your trigger control and front sight.
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