Least ergonomic handgun

Discussion in 'Anything Else' started by Guest, Sep 24, 2006.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    What, in your experience, is the least ergonomic handgun you have ever handled. You needn't have fired one, just held it. For me, it was a Wildey. It was an ergonomic nightmare. The grip was like holding a brick and the bore axis was about two and a half inches above the web of my hand. And this in a .45 Winchester Magnum! What fun!


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  2. DAIadvisor

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    CZ-52 (there's a brick if you ever held one), Glock 21 / Hk USP 45. Yeah, don't hate me, they're huge, and DO NOT fit my hand right.

    As far as good ergonomics, try Beretta 92 series, Steyrs (of course), Sig 220, Walther P99 ain't too bad.

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  3. SELFDEFENSE

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  4. srfl

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    ....your choices (pluses and negatives) nearly mirror my own. My CZ-52 and USP .45 ACP are all wrong in my hand.....I do shoot my USP well enough though.

    For some reason, the Beretta 92/96 series fits my smaller hands better than expected. My P99's with the small backstrap fits well....never held a Sig P220
     
  5. Gray_Wolf

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    the worst one I've ever tried is definitely HK USP the grip it's just too long and narrow, one would need to have very long fingers to find it comfortable, I'm guessing they hired one of these guys to design it. :lol:

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    and what is with the super hight bore axis? BTW I don't have girly hands, my 92FS fits me great.