But, here, I posted a target. 10 shots each, the top is the Mark IV 22/45 Lite, and the bottom is the Mark II. Both pistols have red dots. I think if I had target style grips on the 22/45, it would have done better. The grips on the Mark II are Herrett's Target style grips. I've had them forever and they are pretty darn nice. The 22/45 has the Volquartsen trigger upgrade, with a Tandemkross flat trigger, it's right at 2 pounds. But, the Mark II's trigger is lighter; it's just worn smooth from years of use.
I'm actually really happy to see this. I was starting to lose faith in the Mark II. I was thinking the barrel has lost its accuracy, mostly since the rifling is pretty faded and light, again from years of use. The Mark IV on the other hand is basically new with less than 100 rounds through it.
Both are extremely fun guns to shoot.
Both black targets are the same size, it just looks like the bottom one is smaller. That's just the camera angle.
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I think the Ultra Dot is a bit more accurate then the other reflex sight you are using.
Very nice pair btw.