Put a few more rounds through it and you'll see your groups tighten up. Keep in mind that a Glock is meant to be reliable and not a super accurate tack driver. One of the best guns ever made anywhere at all. Somewhere around 500 rounds or less most Glocks begin to give the shooter a decent group.
Looks like a good day at the range. I bet it was fun. Sometimes it takes time getting use to the Glock trigger. At 10 yards with a good two handed grip, you are trying to get one ragged hole shooting 2 full mags out of your G17. Good luck and keep practicing.
thanks guys, this was now a total of 200 rounds through the gun after this range day. I already improved a decent amount from the first 100 rounds, so Im happy with that. Also, I was able to hit those small silouettes at 7 yards; hitting about half of my shots right on em and the other half rather close.
Hey nopistons93! I have a M17 Glock that I bought at Glock armorers school in 1991. At the time I bought the pistol it had 340,000 rounds through it! I got it for $125 and replaced all internal parts. A friend offered me $400 for it and it went to it's new home. It's alive and shooting good. I have several other Glocks. Looks like your pistol groups good! Happy shooting!