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Old 07-05-2018, 08:10 AM
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Originally Posted by potentpoefie View Post
You make it sound that 1911's are inherently inaccurate?
Apparently you didn't read the whole sentence. It's not the pistol, it's the calibre (9mm)

Even the best bullseye pistols chambered in 9mm struggle to retain a 2" group at 25 yards. Your standard 9mm 1911 won't be seen on the shooting line of a bullseye event. I would class the Pro Series as a standard pistol.

Shooting a 1911 chambered in 9mm is very pleasant. They are soft shooting and fun to plink with, ammunition is fairly inexpensive. I have Colt Competition Model in 9mm. It's fun to shoot but it's not a bullseye pistol and I wouldn't expect bullseye accuracy from it.
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