Back in the early 80's a buddy of mine had bought a used Smith and Wesson 9mm I think it was a model 59, it was the most inaccurate handgun I have ever seen. It left me with a bad taste for Semi-Auto handguns until in the early 90's when I picked up and shot my cousins model 1911 45acp that had been put together by Caspian Arms of Hardwick, Vermont. That was the most amazingly accurate handgun I have ever seen. The handgun fit my hand and natural point so well that at 20 yards shooting at an 8" metal gong, I could not miss, as fast as I could pull the trigger it would ring the gong and that was without using the sights. I should have bought that gun from him.
Any ways I will never myself ever say they are not accurate.