Originally Posted by KW Gary M
That is pretty much an impossible question to answer. It is true that some pistols may shoot better than others but everyone will shoot different pistols different ways. It is not the pistol that shoots well. It is the person who is shooting the pistol that shoots well or doesn't shoot well.
This gets my vote! I was putting some rounds through my Kel-Tec PF9, after getting it back from the warranty shop, & since I am not a good marksman to start with, plus it not being a 'target' pistol, I was all over an 8" target at 21 ft. Another shooter was there with a new .22 revolver & I found out he was from Denmark & his revolver was his first handgun. I asked him if he wanted to try my pistol & showed him how to load a mag & load it in the pistol. His first shot was dead center of the bullseye! He fired 6 rounds with only one barely outside the 2" bull!