Modern subcompact pistols are changing this paradigm.
Back in the day, the short-barrel handgun was seen as short in range as well. In the off-duty matches for snubnose. Instead, it was the human factors inherent in the small grips and the short sight radius that made them hard to shoot.
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I was using a 2. The small autos of the time were in the same boat.
The shorter you made a the auto of the day , the more poorly it seemed to group. From the Colt. As time has gone on and handgun tastes have changed, the paradigm has changed, too.
My two came out of the first production run for a gun magazine article, and I liked them so much I bought them both when the test was over. My 9mm Glock 26 subcompact averaged around 2.
It was theorized the double-captive recoil spring Glock put into these super-small pistols and would much later install in all the Gen4 guns was holding the barrel locked more uniformly before the bullet departed the muzzle. A few years after the baby Glocks, the company came out with their subcompact. In addition to the double captive recoil spring, the Glock.
I decided to give it a try. In late in Charlotte, N. GSSF match, and placed 2nd in the Subcompact match designed around that gun, 2nd in Master Stock against the service-size Glock 17, and 6th in Competition division against the longslide target Glocks.
Not only inherently accurate, but their human engineering allows you to take advantage of that fact. By Massad Ayoob.
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