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Old 10-19-2012, 02:28 PM   #1
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Have run about 350 rounds through my new M&P 9 mm. Despite distance to target, the great majority of my shots go left and low. I have not had this problem with other handguns. Any thoughts or suggestions?
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Pay attention to your trigger pull. Keep practicing.
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If someone has the handgun shooting correction chart this would be a good place to post it.

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Carry those to the range frequently, especially when breaking in a new gun. They really help if you can be patient and are willing to work at it. I am always amazed at how many people go to the range, pop off a box or two, don't hit the broadside of a barn, and leave. It's fun, but I wonder if they really accomplished anything.

BTW - I am assuming you are right handed. I am left, but that is a very common pattern when learning a new gun. It is most likely a trigger finger issue. Concentrate on pulling the trigger straight back into you and not the weapon. Maybe that will help.
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I had the same problem when I first got my m&p 45. It was the first safe action trigger I have ever owned. Once I started focusing on breaking the trigger it all went away.



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