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Picked up my first Wilson yesterday and took it to the range last night. First five shots went in a 1 1/4" group at 12yds with Black Hills 230gr FMC. I also used some Winchester 230gr FMC and my 230 gr RN reloads at 20yds. I have never shot a pistol so accurate. Man this gun a keeper. Trigger was awesome and broke clean at around 3 1/2lbs. I only had time to put around 50 rounds through it but what a great start. :smile: :smile:

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Bowhunter,

Isn't that kind of accuracy a great feeling. I have a full size Stainless Protector, a CQB Compact, and a Protector Compact. I'm not that good at 12 or even 10 yards. But, at 7 yards I can put 21 to 24 (three mags depending on the gun) into a 1.25" to 2.00" bullseye.

Now that you're hooked, wait until you get your first Les Baer :smile:
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Man I am hooked. You are correct that kind of accuracy is a great feeling. I also have a Kimber Custom Stainless Target which is a fine gun in its own right but I have never been able shoot it like my new Wilson. Now all I gotta do is figure out how to tell the wife I need 2, maybe three of them !!! :smile:
 

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On 2001-11-12 21:22, AndrewT wrote:
Share the wealth dude!! How do you get an LRN to punch clean holes like that :smile: Even my 200gr LSWC holes don't look that good....



Himmm I wish I could give you some magic here but those are the holes my 230gr LRN's have always punched just not that many in the 10 ring LOL
 
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