A Handgun’s Accuracy Isn’t Important

I love this guy, but if he says the word “accuracy” one more time, I’m going to Elvis my Apple. Accuracy is in the hands of the shooter. WE GET IT. And hickok45’s got it. Accuracy that is. So he can’t really use himself as a guide/test subject in this. No question: some handguns are much easier for rank amateurs to shoot accurately than others, and those weapons tend to cost a LOT of money. An Ed Brown may be no more inherently accurate than a Glock, but the 1911’s ergonomics and trigger would give the newbie better groups. Which hickok said in there, somewhere. So we agree. Well, I’m glad that’s done . . .

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