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Just shot my Taurus 905 9mm.I setup at about 10’ away and firing it one handed 125gr lead it was ok nothing special accuracy was not there!
.Also accuracy might been better if it had a 4" barrel instead.
 

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Yeah, a 4 inch barrel definitely changes accuracy. Once you get used to those sights, i think you'll be fine.
 

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One handed could be part of the problem. Also start as close as neccesary to get where you want to be and then start moving backward, adjusting your style to reach POA.......
 

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My 905 was surprisingly accurate for a little 2" snubbie... I haven't had enough range time with it to really dial it in, but I think with proper technique and practice it is going to be a great little shooter, and as accurate as I'll ever need it to be.
RevolverFan hit it... you have to ease into it, and get used to how it shoots.
 

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My eyes are not what they used to be...I was having some issues at the range. I got some chrome yellow paint and tipped the front sight with it. My 905 is right on and very comfortable to shoot and carry. After all it is a in close personal defense weapon. Keep shooting it will grow on you.
 

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"Perfect practice makes perfect shooting." ;) (wink, wink)
 

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4in might improve accuracy.... but when I got mine out to the range (right after I picked it up from the LGS) I was impressed with it's accuracy for being such a short snubby. Between my old eyes, the gun being a snubby to begin with, and the stainless fixed sights, I was doing pretty darn good considering. I gave it a good cleaning and added some bright orange nail polish to the front sight blade to help me acquire it easier, but have not shot it yet since that. Might have to make it a point to do so.... I have another gun to test shoot as well since I replaced the extractor and spring (Semi Auto) on it. Could be a day to take both out for some fun and testing... and they are both the same caliber as well.
 

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Let's see... Czechpoint has their 3in 9mm revolver. And gunbroker normally has a few 3 inchers showing. They even have a 4 incher now showing....
 
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