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226ST, entire gun worked over by Bruce Gray, somewhere around 15k rounds now. Also my last 226 out of what used to be a collection of 20+



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A 228 and close after that a 210.

A 228 was my EDC for so many years until the 365.
 
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Well, it's weird.... I have XXL hands. But the 232 is the easiest 25 yd hit i have. Da or SA, I am more accurate with it than my full size guns (17, 34, 226, 2022 1911, USP - all....)

I only occasionally carry it because of capacity but there it is.


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Well, it's weird.... I have XXL hands. But the 232 is the easiest 25 yd hit i have. Da or SA, I am more accurate with it than my full size guns (17, 34, 226, 2022 1911, USP - all....)

I had a similar experience when I used to shoot a P938 and P320 for IDPA. I scored higher on the IDPA classifier with the P938.



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Originally posted by BigNC:
Well, it's weird.... I have XXL hands. But the 232 is the easiest 25 yd hit i have. Da or SA, I am more accurate with it than my full size guns (17, 34, 226, 2022 1911, USP - all....)

I had a similar experience when I used to shoot a P938 and P320 for IDPA. I scored higher on the IDPA classifier with the P938.


Some guns just fit, I guess!


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Well, it's weird.... I have XXL hands. But the 232 is the easiest 25 yd hit i have.


I had the opposite situation. I have smallish hands, probably somewhere between a small and a medium glove size, but I always did my best shooting with my 92FS. I could just get the pad of my index finger on the trigger for DA shooting with the factory plastic grips. I've since changed to a set of LTT/VZ ultra-thin grips and it's helped a lot, but it's still a big gun for my hands.



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Sig X-Carry or CZ PO1
 
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FEG Hi Power.


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Wilson cqb.


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P226...you can almost shoot those things blindfolded.
 
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Wilson CQB 5" 1911 in .45 acp.

CZ75B worked over by Cajun GW.

SIG Armorer reworked 226 in 9mm.

Most ANY 4" or 6" S&W K/N/L frame revolver.
 
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Three way tie - G19.5 MOS / G17.4, and a Kimberly TLE RL II...




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Glock 48. It’s surprisingly fantastic. Better with it than Gen5 G19. It just fits and shoots perfect for me. Maybe I have Girly hands.


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Taurus Ti "K" framed ported snubby in 45LC. I just don't miss with this revolver.
 
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A 1960 East German 9X18 Makarov. Amazing accuracy at 21 feet.


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my Steyr M357-A1




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Ed Brown Executive Elite 1911



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Tough to pick. Sig Revolution Carry 1911 is pretty special, as is my bone stock SP2022. But then, against all the odds, I also hit really well with my Smith & Wesson 629 4".



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Sig XO .45

HK VP9

Both tack drivers


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I have some very sweet shooters but for combat style shooting, I'd have to say I'm best with my VP9



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