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Went shooting today with the Mark III Hunter and SR22P. The Mark III is equipped with an Aimpoint H-1 Red Dot, while the SR22P sports the Crimston Trace Rail Master. Shooting at ten yards, I thought it would be fun to compare the groupings:



I went through about 500 rounds between the two pistols. Not a single feeding or firing issue. Both guns are as reliable as old hound dogs.
(Yes, I know I'm not a great shot. Blame me not the pistols. But at least it is the same poor shooter using both guns.)
 

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I got rid of my CT, since it always was on in any of my 4 holsters.

While I had it, milk jug tops were an endangered specie though.
 

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The Mark III is definitely more accurate. Or at least more consistent. But not by much. I'm more and more impressed with the SR22P every time I see a range report.
 

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2 very ice pistols and I have both. My daughters like shooting the SR22. I like both. I've noticed that the Mark 111 knocks down the metal targets at the silhouette range while that's iffy with the SR22. The longer barrel makes a difference in accuracy and knockdown power. Yiogo
 

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2 very ice pistols and I have both. My daughters like shooting the SR22. I like both. I've noticed that the Mark 111 knocks down the metal targets at the silhouette range while that's iffy with the SR22. The longer barrel makes a difference in accuracy and knockdown power. Yiogo
Interesting information and thank you. Yes, that makes sense; the 6.88" barrel on the Mark III should, and evidently does, allow for a zippier velocity. The 22 LR is after all a rifle round. Both pistols are a joy to shoot.
 

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Went shooting today with the Mark III Hunter and SR22P. The Mark III is equipped with an Aimpoint H-1 Red Dot, while the SR22P sports the Crimston Trace Rail Master. Shooting at ten yards, I thought it would be fun to compare the groupings:



I went through about 500 rounds between the two pistols. Not a single feeding or firing issue. Both guns are as reliable as old hound dogs.
(Yes, I know I'm not a great shot. Blame me not the pistols. But at least it is the same poor shooter using both guns.)
Looks like a good day at the range to me!
 

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Targets look good. Mark III seems to be a little more accurate. Wish I could join you for some fun.
 

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Looks like you had a great day at the range shooting two great guns. I love my SR-22.
 

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Looks like you had a great day at the range shooting two great guns. I love my SR-22.
Going to take a lunch break today and shoot the SR22P some more to see if I can tighten those groups up a bit!
 

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Sounds like a good plan, range time! I find the SR22P more "fun" to shoot, moving parts, sound... just very fun to shoot.
 
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