Hey everyone got a question. I'm mostly a revolver guy and admittedly, I like my glocks because they are like a flat revolver w more bullets to me. Just point and shoot. I recently went to the range and took three of my favorite handguns: smith and Wesson 686, chiappa rhino .357( awesome gun by the way), and my g-22. I shot the revolvers first, did well( all double action) then shot my g-22. All my shots with my glock were high and to the right. I was wondering if maybe it was somehow due to shooting the different triggers of the revolvers then shooting the glock trigger system? What do you guys think?