A standard 226 vs a standard 320, shot off the bench at 25 yards, the 226 was more accurate. The 320 xfive, shot off the bench at 25 yards, is more accurate. Usually about 1" groups with loads they like. Had a 226 Allround. Just outstanding.
Posts: 190 | Location: WI | Registered: October 13, 2012
They are as reliable as a Glock. I say that as a long time owner of just about every major pistol brand out there. Haha. When it comes to anything by Glock, SIG, HK, Beretta, S&W, CZ, SA, etc., the reliability question doesn’t even enter my mind (unless we’re talking 1911’s). Buy any of the above with confidence. Any company can make a lemon, but the probability of getting one from these companies is low enough I don’t even factor it in. Modern ammo, on the other hand, is a whole different story.
Posts: 109 | Location: Fort Wayne, IN. | Registered: February 25, 2019
The difference will be largely determined by the shooter, rather than the platform. I really like my 320 and it shoots well, but I shoot my classic pistols better mainly because I’ve been carrying them for the last 25 years. Given time and practice, who can say?
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