JAB finds another KR.
But in all seriousness Tater, you need to understand what you can control and what you can't control.
Can control - left and right (if you use the sights correctly)
Can't control - up and down (even if you use the sights correctly)
Figure out where it's hitting vertically and make sure you aren't the one jerking the barrel down. An easy way is using this test:
1. Have a person come out to the shooting lane with you.
2. Have them load your magazine.
3. Have them hide an empty/dummy round in your magazine.
4. Shoot your whole magazine at the target.
You'll notice that once you get to that empty/dummy round you may have a bad flinch. This should get you back to dry firing practice to get rid of it.
I strongly suggest a lot of dry fire practice for any new handgun. All of them have a little bit of a different feel.
This post was edited on 2/17 at 11:24 pm