These days, modern handguns are more accurate than most of us shooters, so the degree of mechanical accuracy isn’t a big problem. However, I do find that’s it’s a good indicator of general fit and attention to detail. If parts are precisely sized and placed, and of good quality, then that tends to show at the range with accuracy performance. Since most guns are more accurate than my eyes are at 25 yards, I mount a handgun scope using a UM Tactical Rail Mount when trying to shoot small groups. This nifty invention allows you to put a scope or red dot on just about any pistol with an accessory rail up front. Since the Creed has that, I was good to go. I stuck my trusty Bushnell Elite 3500 2-7x Scope on the Creed for testing. While it looks kind of “interesting,” it’s an effective way to see what a pistol can really do.