For some reason I seem to be shooting my Glock 19 to the left consistently. I am reasonably accurate with other pistols but this gun is about 2-3 inches left of center at 15 yards. What am I doing wrong?
you tried adjusting the sight on your 19?Webphisher said:I have noticed on my Glocks, compared to say S&W M&P, that there is very little space between the front sight and the rear U shape sight, if I don't really look and make sure there is space on both I tend to shoot left a lot.
And this is specific to my 19, now that I think about it the 30 and 34 Im dead on with all the time.
The smallest of movement at the muzzle is going to be amplified at that distance. Your either flinching or pushing it...don't need snap caps to tell you that. Just keep practicing squeezing that trigger (wall drill) until there is zero movement of your front sight (not even a small one) while maintaining a good sight picture. Trigger pad placement is one thing, but need to also ensure you have a solid and consistent grip (clamshell/push/pull).100 more rounds today and kind of the same problem. I have 3-4 in the bull shots and then mostly to the left. I think I may need to slow down with this gun.