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I am the same. I an't warm up to my 228 either. Not sure why. CZ ? maybe

I keep trying to identify mine. P30 probably at the moment
 
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I can get the best grouping with my 1994 P229 357 SIG.
It has a GrayGuns RRCDP job done to it. I rarely shoot it, but I can achieve very good results and can only imagine what I can do if it was my dedicated carry gun that I would shoot often.
 
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Well, for EDC either my H&K P2000 or P30sk.

For target my Sig Stainless Super Target 1911. I have had better shooters than me compare this to their Les Baer and Wilson favorably.


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I have tried sooo hard to love the 228 like everyone else does, but it simply doesn’t work... for some inexplicable reason! I must be weird... Razz


Yep! Wink

Could just be a balance thing. The folded slide on the P228 does make it balance slightly differently than the P229.




 
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My Sig P226 in 40 S&W for range & home protection and my P228 for concealed carry.


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Too hard to narrow down to one for me but my Gen 2 Glock 19, HK P30L, HK VP9, and SIG P226 are all excellent shooters for me.


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now i do really like my 2 new sigs-p365 and p320x compact but the best shooter I have is my worked on STI edge in .40 that I shoot in limited in USPSA
 
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S&W CS9. Accurate out of all proportion to its size and the one gun I can shoot from the hip and keep all the hits in the 9 ring at 7 yards. Every time. Great little pistol. Regards 18DAI


Love my CS9 as much as any of my Sigs. Been carrying mine ever since I installed my new grips. Very,very accurate.





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The two pistols I own that I seen to shoot best are an old Colt .45 1991 Government Model that I have owned for years and my SIG P226 Legion.

I also have a Ruger MK II that I shoot very well with. When I go to shoot and have fun, that is the pistol I nearly always take with me.
 
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Hands down, my G26. I know it's a subcompact, but the dang thing is like I'm pointing my finger at the target, telling the boolits where they should go! Love that little guy!
 
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Les Baer Premier 2 and a CZ Shadow 2.
 
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Ruger KMK512 w/PRIMO Trigger Job by Jim Stroh

S&W Model 17-6 Six-inch w/Full Lug Barrel & a great Action Job by Lou Ciamillo

S&W Model 686 Plus w/Five-inch Half-Lug Barrel & Randy Lee Action Job

S&W Model 686 Plus Four-incher w/a decent "Kitchen Table" Action Job by yours truly

S&W Model 686-2 Six-incher w/Action Job by Lou Ciamillo & Millett Rear Sight

S&W Model 586-0 Six-incher w/ a pretty decent "Kitchen Table" Action Job by yours truly...And they ALL make me look like like a much better shot than I am!

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P228, for sure... all day long!!!!


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my 3 are tied for first. wg 226, Wilson cqb and hk usp 45
 
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While I shoot all of my defensive pistols fairly well, my CZ Shadow 2 is the range favorite.
 
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S&W MP 2.0 Compact 9mm followed by Sig P-228,Sig P-225,Sig P-226
 
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Overall, I'd say my P226. However, pound for pound, my Glock 26 always surprises me by how well it hangs with much bigger guns on the range.


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1911 Bullseye guns in 45.
Colt Officers Model Match in 38 Spcl.
Or High Standard Bullseye guns in 22.

All capable of cleans at 50 yards



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If you mean forum topic related. My 228 from mid 90s will easily do 9 ring, maybe 10 ring at 25 yards offhand



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