i believe one of the reasons it's accurate is because the barrel does'nt tilt like in a browning.Originally Posted by sekar555
it does move, not fixed or pinned to the frame but it moves horizontally along it's own rails, rather then tilting vertically.
i believe this is what gives the 92 it's accuracy despite it's loose play at the muzzle end.
the gun was always ment to be used as a combat/defensive gun.. reliability a priority over accuracy where "good enough" is the motto.
it's considered pretty accurate (above avg) in the field of combat hand guns.
however it can be made into a rail tack driver with modifications, example: putting a nose piece on the very end to eliminate barrel play at the muzzle.
another (much more drastic) modification is cutting the alumium rails to accept steel inserts (essentially replacing the frame rails with steel)
for more modifications do a google search of the AMU (army marksmanship unit) and their modifications to the beretta 92.. i believe after everything was said and done they go something like 1inch groups at 50 yards.
most if not all modifications they made to the beretta could be preformed on the taurus.