I bought a PT1911 about 3 months ago and have fired about 600 rounds. Shot 100 rounds today at a full silhouette target at 15 yards and 87 rounds were in the center oval, 13 rounds were comfortably in the 9 ring. The 9-ring rounds were due exclusively to shooting technique. The fact that most of the rounds were in the 10-ring wasn't that impressive, it's big and I expect the Taurus to do that. I fired using one Taurus magazine and one made by Lone Star. The Lone Star has a much stiffer spring. I also fired, alternately WWB, Ultramax 230 gr lead, and PMC Bronze 230gr FMJ. The WWB and Ultramax were sometimes loaded in the same magazine. The Taurus didn't seem to care what it was shooting or care about magazines. Every round went where the pistol was pointing when I pulled the trigger. I was impressed that I had to make no adjustments for any of this ammo. The more I shoot it, the better I like the Taurus.