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My Glock 26!
 
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I am one with my FNS 40. Close behind are my Walther PPX( I really like the stock trigger) , My p227 and my FNX 45.
 
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My SIG 226 MK 25. Accurate and low recoil.


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Sig P210 Standard and my Browning Hi Power
 
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A 2008 STI Trojan 9mm. Shoots dead on at 25yds and runs like an old Cobbler's sewing machine.


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Right now my Kimber Hero .45 acp with 185gr. Ammo.

Honorable mention goes to my Beretta 8000 mini 9mm with any factory 115 gr or 124 gr. Ammo.
 
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The first handgun I fired was a 1911A1 at Parris Island MCRD 1964 thus thru out the past and current decade I've always had an example. Currently the EDC is a S&W Shield 9X19mm thus most likely the most shoot able.
 
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My 239 is part of my hand when I shoot it. When I first got it it was terrible but I got some Hogue grips and it transformed the gun into a real shooter.
My Mk25 is a close second


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DA/SA Beretta/Wilson Cent. Tac., cheating to tell people you are running da.


SA Colt Combat Elite.


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Sig P229 9mm by far for me, especially now suppressed.. such a sweet combo.
 
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Maybe a 3" K frame. The trigger is so good that it helps a lot.




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Well, all of them... I won't keep a pistol I can't shoot well, I just don't have any confidence in it. Of the pistols I own ranked from the best; SIG P-210 American, Colt .38 SA, S&W revos, Beretta 92c .
 
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The last duty weapon that I carried as a LEO before retiring in 2008: A Nighthawk Custom GRPII (Commander sized 1911 .45 ACP). Absolutely flawless functioning and is superbly accurate.



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It's a tie.


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S&W Model 41
HK USP Expert
HK USP Elite
Sig X5 L1
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My Walther P88 compact followed by my P5 compact. The last Two steel pistols made by Walther prior to being acquired by the Umarex company.
 
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^^^^ Both of those Walthers have alloy frames, not steel.
 
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Sig P229 SAO Legion 9mm with Armory Craft type II fully adjustable flat trigger.

With this setup I can get grip nice and high and my short trigger finger completely around trigger. Have 3.5mm pretravel to wall, crisp clean break, no creep, no over travel and reset is even shorter than stock. There is no side play with this trigger. Feels like my straight pull back government 1911 trigger.

Use the Federal Syntec 150gr TSJ ammunition for practice. Is very consistent with standard deviation of 5 FPS between rounds. Very accurate.
 
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Surprised that no one has offered the SP2022. Mine, in 9 mm, is crazy accurate. I can just point it down range 15- 20 yards and it finds the bullseye damn near all the time. With laser sight, without, doesn’t seem to make a difference.






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For centerfire, it's a toss up between my Bedell Custom Shorty, and Sig X5.
Rimfire, Marvel 1 conversion.
 
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