by B.B. Pelletier
Today, guest blogger Pete Zimmerman gives us his third and final report on the C-20 pistol…performance!
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by Pete Zimmerman
A C-20 costs well over $1,000 when I got mine, and its descendant, the P44, is close to twice the price today. For that money, you ought to get a gun that out-shoots your own skills but also one that makes it easy to shoot the best you can. Using a top match pistol, the shooter can’t complain that misses are the gun’s fault. The first few targets shot with such a gun provide a crash course in no-excuse humility.