M9-A1 accuracy at 25 yards?

Discussion in 'M, C, L and S Series' started by Gray_Wolf, Jul 3, 2006.

  1. Gray_Wolf

    Gray_Wolf New Member

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    what kind if accuracy is M9-A1 capable of at 25yards/m(one or two handed not banch)?

    I don't seem to be doing that well with mine :oops:

    what kind of groups are you guys gettiong your yours?
     
  2. MrApathy

    MrApathy Active Member

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    I get 3" groupings at 25 yards. if I practice and use good ammo I can shrink that some. I think the gun can do fairly good at 50 yards in the right hand with good ammo.

    though only get that when I get a chance to shoot regularly I just got out first time in probably a month.

    handloads or factory ammo giving trouble?

    guns more accurate than me thats for sure.
     

  3. ZEEK

    ZEEK New Member

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    I must not be practicing near enuff or the 25 yard line is wrong at my local range. I do good to get a good site picture at that range, however that is not the same story with my browning .22 and red dot scope. I do on average 300 rds of .22 vs. 50-100 rds of 9mm mainly due to cost

    I can get good groups with slow fire at 15 yds or less. I usually do a lot of rapid fire at these ranges also.

    I have read a lot about IDPA and think I'm gonna give a try. I know that is a whole other style of shooting and recommended by lot of people on this site for defensive shooting skills, but I like target shooting (plinking).

    I have just got back into shooting regularly a couple months ago, but I try to work on technique, as well as, just having fun. I have found that for me, I do better working on my technique and sight-in close, say 5 yds then I extend my range a few yards at a time to 15 yds first , then go to 25 yds.

    I know at this web site you can download a targets traing guide tutorial:
    http://www.sportshooter.com/images/correction_chart.GIF

    Practice makes perfect.

    Good shooting.

    Zeek