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Quack
03-16-2011, 14:13
Which 10mm does Uncle Ted shoot better?

STI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmfLZ4TnW7E

Wilson
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpNDPpBeI3w

TKR Reptiles
03-16-2011, 14:28
WOW! That Wilson shot like $#!+

Hokie1911
03-16-2011, 14:35
WOW! That Wilson shot like $#!+

Probably because Uncle Ted isn't on the payroll and it didn't have TED001 serial number. :dunno:

Cerebrus
03-16-2011, 14:36
Love that Taurus comment at the end of the Wilson clip... :supergrin:
STI is looking better and better.. I cannot wait to get out of the PRK so I can own one..

TKR Reptiles
03-16-2011, 14:38
Probably because Uncle Ted isn't on the payroll and it didn't have TED001 serial number. :dunno:

Highly unlikely. It is b/c it is a Wilson.

Quack
03-16-2011, 14:48
I like my 2011. it's pretty darn accurate.

svtpwnz
03-16-2011, 14:49
Wow! That turned out different than I thought.

glock2740
03-16-2011, 14:52
He only shot the STI better because he was wearing his Uncle Ted's Accurizer gloves. :tongueout:

TKR Reptiles
03-16-2011, 14:54
He only shot the STI better because he was wearing his Uncle Ted's Accurizer gloves. :tongueout:

:rofl::rofl::rofl:

Quack
03-16-2011, 14:54
He only shot the STI better because he was wearing his Uncle Ted's Accurizer gloves. :tongueout:

if that Wilson was hard chromed, he probably would've shot it better :tongueout:

Hokie1911
03-16-2011, 14:57
I like my 2011. it's pretty darn accurate.

I :hearts: your 2011 too.

carguy2244
03-16-2011, 14:57
I've been deciding between a Wilson Hunter or an STI Perfect 10, both 10mm.
Looks like I'll save 1200 and go with the more accurate weapon.

Hokie1911
03-16-2011, 15:06
I've been deciding between a Wilson Hunter or an STI Perfect 10, both 10mm.
Looks like I'll save 1200 and go with the more accurate weapon.

I don't know of anyone that has ever regretted an STI purchase. Heard nothing but good things about them.

glock2740
03-16-2011, 15:22
if that Wilson was hard chromed, he probably would've shot it better :tongueout:
Damn straight. :thumbsup:



:rofl:

RH45
03-16-2011, 18:14
The group he got with the Wilson looked like one from a Glock:rofl:

With the position he was in when shooting both guns, I'm surprised both groups weren't worse.:wow:

rsxr22
03-16-2011, 19:41
There could be something wrong with the gun, but from watching those videos, it looks like Operator error to me.
Same thing happened a few days ago with a customer who bought a TRP. He is one of those "benched accuracy nuts" and came in complaining because his gun shot like 3.15" and his RIA's shoot like 1.75" at 25. So I took him out to the local club and shot the gun myself. My average group benched at 25 was 1.23". He apologized and said "i need to work on my skills I guess".
Ted seemed to take less time between shots with the WC and may have not been on target that well. STI makes a damn good gun and is super accurate, but I could never think a properly fitted working WC would be less accurate then a STI.

corvette4595
03-16-2011, 19:56
I'm pretty sure the STI failed to return into battery/malfunctioned in that video after the fourth shot.
I highly doubt the STI is that much more accurate than the Wilson if at all. Could have been the ammo, the way the guns fit in uncle Teds hands, or just pure operator error. If these were fired in a ransom rest, I'd think this would be far more credible.

glock2740
03-16-2011, 20:05
If these were fired in a ransom rest, I'd think this would be far more credible.
:agree: Although, I still say it's the gloves. :)

airflyer
03-16-2011, 20:09
I don't think I will let Ted pick my next build off some you tube vidieo ,god only knows what he was smoking before or after each test

glock2740
03-16-2011, 20:13
I don't think I will let Ted pick my next build off some you tube vidieo ,god only knows what he was smoking before or after each test
Ted Nugent has never smoked anything, other than a cigar, in his life.

airflyer
03-16-2011, 20:20
Then it has to be the gloves

Quack
03-16-2011, 20:22
everyone making excuses for the Wilson :whistling:

glock2740
03-16-2011, 22:57
everyone making excuses for the Wilson :whistling:
No. Not at all. We're just really impressed with those gloves. :rofl:

Quack
03-16-2011, 23:05
:animlol:

TSAX
03-17-2011, 00:33
There is only one way to describe this thread.................











:rofl:

a45sArtwork
03-17-2011, 00:55
.45 for LIFE! Uncle Ted is a riot though

rsxr22
03-17-2011, 07:20
everyone making excuses for the Wilson :whistling:

And you would be too if an STI outshot one of your precious SACS

Quack
03-17-2011, 11:01
nope, it's already shown that the STI shoots as well as a SACS.

Quack
03-17-2011, 11:02
http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0BTT/is_174_29/ai_n8968397/pg_2/?tag=content;col1

Texas Bulldog
03-17-2011, 15:53
Impressive results on that STI Perfect 10. I have a wilson and other than the Fit/Finish, i haven't been all too impressed.

JOe

glock2740
03-17-2011, 19:56
Impressive results on that STI Perfect 10. I have a wilson and other than the Fit/Finish, i haven't been all too impressed.

JOe
Which one do you have?

BlayGlock
03-17-2011, 20:29
STI makes an incredibly accurate gun for the money.

john9
03-18-2011, 06:45
It was the gloves. Remember it was hot. The sweat on his hands while shooting the Wilson caused that barrel to not maintain proper alignment during moment of ignition. I have experienced the same problem while shooting while it was hot.

bladeandbarrel
03-19-2011, 18:24
Impressive results on that STI Perfect 10. I have a wilson and other than the Fit/Finish, i haven't been all too impressed.

JOe

Well, thats what you are paying for with a custom pistol--fit and finish....:upeyes:

Wilson has a 1" accuracy guarantee at 25 yards on that model gun, what is STI's?

Don-wayne
03-20-2011, 09:50
Your paying for more than fit and finish. How about reliability? My Wilson stainless protector was neither real accurate or reliable. My STI is. I am not saying STI is always better than WIlson but my experience with Wilson did not work out to well.

MD357
03-20-2011, 11:34
Your paying for more than fit and finish. How about reliability? My Wilson stainless protector was neither real accurate or reliable. My STI is. I am not saying STI is always better than WIlson but my experience with Wilson did not work out to well.

I've owned two STIs, both went back to STI. I however, realize that this was an anecdotal experience and that STIs are generally great guns. My Wilsons have all been perfect.

rsxr22
03-20-2011, 12:37
Everyone is going to have their own opinions on companies. And production or custom, could have issues. Part of purchasing a gun for me now is dependent on the companies CS. If Kimber wouldnt have had such an F off mentality and would haave taken care of the issues on my gun, I'd probably still have it and be buying more of their product.

RH45
03-20-2011, 13:11
Well, thats what you are paying for with a custom pistol--fit and finish....:upeyes:

Wilson has a 1" accuracy guarantee at 25 yards on that model gun, what is STI's?

As far as I know, STI doesn't have any accuracy guarantee.
That said, 9 out of my 10 STIs will do an inch, or better at 25 yards. The 10th one might, but, I haven't spent much time playing with it.

Hound_dogs_01
03-21-2011, 20:34
It was definately the gloves.....


Alex

GeorgiaRedfish
03-21-2011, 20:49
The STI had a FTF at 1:50

Oh and that Gonzo nose Bronco is schweet.

Too bad he is a draft dodger........thought i'd throw that in :supergrin: