Originally Posted by oldredneck
... Looks like it would be a good idea for them to zero at 25 yards, doesn't it?
I'd like that, but I don't know of any of them that do it. Kahr seems to produce good semiautomatics that are derned accurate right out of the box, but nothing else I've bought new was. I got a Ruger GP100 in which the bore was angled within the bore, and Ruger replaced it with one on which the barrel was put on cockeyed.
Having trouble adjusting to the sight picture, I called Sig Sauer about my 226, and they told me they test fire three shots to "get groups", but they don't really pay any attention to where the groups go.
Seems like it would be cheaper to verify that the guns actually hit what you're aiming at than to do a lot of customer service. I reckon they figure most folks are so bad at shooting that they won't know the difference and will assume they're just bad at aiming.
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