A lot of people have been asking me how I like my Rail Gun ever since I got it. I always say the same thing, that I love it and it shoots great. After using it in a few informal matches and classes and such, I have really come to trust it more then any 1911 I have ever owned, Its accuracy is also more then I could have hoped for, even with typical walmart fodder. Up until now I never bothered to save any targets from range and training sessions with it to show anyone who asks. So today while I was counting up how many rounds I had put through it since I bought it in the fall of 09 and realized it has over 4200 rounds through it that I know of for sure. And after thinking about it, I decided it would be a great time to do a more formal accuracy test on paper to show. I did 3 five shot groups. with black hills match and winchester white box you can buy at walmart in the 100 round pack. The first group was shot off a bench with a sand bag with the match ammo at 20 yards.
The Colt national match barrel really shined with that ammo and off the bench. I have to say it took some serious concentration to keep a group that small with the site radious of a pistol.
The upper left hand group was shot with the same match ammo, but off hand at 20 yards. I have to say I surprised myself a little bit with that group, even though I have been shooting the pistol at a very intense volume the last few months and the practice shows.
The bottom group was shot offhand at 20 yards offhand again, with the WWB. I was dissapointed a little, but not much. It was WWB after all and offhand. It is actually pretty good especially with factory plinking ammo. The orange dots are a little over 2 inches around, so I put a couple of rounds in the picture to give a sense of the group size since I did not add a ruler or anything. Sorry to say I did not measure the groups with a ruler, I think the picture speaks for its self well enough when it is a handgun we are talking about. In the next rail gun review I will shoot some winchester ranger T and some of the other more popular self defense rounds.
I would have shot more today but I was running out of light and time. Also, all groups were shot with the surefire X300 attached to the pistol. The pistol has also not been cleaned for the last 1700 rounds, just oiled when I feel like oiling it. Lubricant was slip2000 and some shooters choice grease used very lightly on relevant parts since I carry it as my CCW gun and I sweat a lot.