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I am now starting to shoot 1 handed my PPQ q5 match just like my Walther SSP
22 lr
I do have a venon red dot
Started at 20' then went to 50'
I'm just looking for groups now
I still need to get used to it
The first picture is at 20'
 

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Yeah, I was thinking that was a 5 foot group or something. I'm sure my groups at 100 yards with open sights, off hand would be....well....let's just say I might be able to hit the barn door....maybe....or, at least, the barn.
 

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I have to say that the q5 is very accurate for a polymer
I'm going to start using same targets I use with my 22(bullseye style)
Make it more challenging!
I have two match grade 1911s, one from Dan Brown, the other by Wilson Combat. My Q5 gives them a run for their money in the accuracy department.
Was at the range today and shot at 25 yards one handed
Also I was using different targets
Not as good as last time but not too bad
I tried 1911 style target pistol
My only problem that I have is I injured myself 4-5 years ago
Torn a ligament in my right elbow
Took a long time to recuperate
So shooting anything more powerful than a 22 ,my elbow start to bother me after about 10-15 shots
So that's why I like using polymer
It seams to absorb more recoil
And I don't feel as bad
Will try to post more pictures later
 

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I've been collecting guns since the late 70's even some cool pistols in HK. Combat Competition, Expert and Elete all in 9mm with factory match triggers. But I enjoy shooting my Q5 more than anything else and deffently more accurate.
Well when I say more enjoyable mabe it's hard to put full auto stuff in the same category.
Then it's a close 2nd
 
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