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I pulled the trigger on the pistol referenced above, taking it to the range yesterday. i'm hoping my poor shooting results are operator error, and not a reflection on the build quality of the gun. Have any of you had a problem with accuracy at let's say the classic distance of 21 ft.? Does it shoot true to the sights? Mine did not. All input will be appreciated. Thanks.
 

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Unfortunately, I have no experience with the .25 version, they are surprisingly scarce. FWIIW, my Ulm-built TPH in .22 was as accurate and precise as you could hope for out of a mouse gun.
 

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Thanks, Geo. I returned to the range today. My accuracy improved and the gun performed without a hiccup...probably because it is center fire rather than rim fire.
 

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Had a German TPH in .25acp and I carred it as a vest gun (backup) for 2-3 years before I sold it. I had acquired a .22LR also. I qualified with it without a problem. Very accurate. However mine was German manufacture. Found out how rare it was and didn't want to damage it using it all the time. Traded it to a collector. Doubt it's been fired since. The SS .22 took over for it quite well.
Good luck with it!!
 
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The .25 pistols are expensive but their mags are cheap. Go figure.
Congrats on the catch; I'm jealous.
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Thanks all, sometimes I stare in awe at its quality. It's a long way from my first .25, an FIE Titan.
 

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I added these G4U woodies to my TPH and it's even harder to stop looking at. This and my .32 PPK are my most frequently carried pistols. It was liberated from a pawn shop for less than $500 on Christmas Eve. One of my best Christmas presents ever.
 

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Jimbo: The wood grips are an elegant touch. Are they custom or did you buy them on the internet? How is the trigger on your yours? Mine could be softened a bit, any suggestions?
 

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Thanks Jimbo, I found Walther magazines on EBay and bought 2 @ a negotiated price of $9.00 each. Numrich has recoils springs which I also bought.
 
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