That has adjustable sights, no?
Usually, the owner's manual has information on sighting in. If you have not read it (or are missing it), the adjustment is normally done with the rear sight being moved in the direction you want the projectile to go.
If shooting to the left, then move the rear sight to the right. If shooting low, then move the sight up.
But this goes out the window if your grouping is not consistent. If your grouping is over 5 inches at 7 yards, practice is required before messing with the sights (or maybe a lesson in handgun shooting).
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