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I don't have a P89 and I guess my KP94D 9mm won't be here until Monday. I do have a KP90D, KP97D, KP345, KP93D, KP95D, KP944D and a P93D. Because my eyes aren't so good anymore and the range's lighting is not great, I do most of my shooting with them at 7, 10 and 15 yards. Usually I take 2 different models and alternate between them. If there is any appreciable difference in them, I sure can't tell it. Some day I will take my sand bags and try a little truer test.
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I think it would depend on the individual gun and individual shooter plus some guns seem to prefer certain loads over others. Hard to say one model is more accurate with all the variables.
 

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I think I'd have to agree... Heck, you could have two of the same exact guns side by side, shoot the same loads, use the same shooter, on the same day and get different groups... I guess guns have "personalities", like people and guitars... :)
 

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I know wind makes a difference-but does temperature make any difference? I mean like sight in in the 80s-hunt in the 30s?
 

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Everything I've read says it does make a difference, same with altitude and humidity, at least with longrange shooting... Pistols? Don't know...it might, but is probablly not enough to worry about.
 
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