Originally Posted by TxHeaven
Shot it today, pulls left. It is definitely the gun...the H&K doesnt do that and I can feel it happening. Great gun though, trigger is easily controlled. May just have to adjust my targeting.
Sorry, but it is definitely not the gun. It may be the gun/human interface, as in hand versus grip size. It could also be user error, as in a technique or grip problem. If you were to clamp that thing down in a rest it would shoot true.
Glocks are not for everybody. Many people buy them for the ergonomics, many people hate them because of the ergonomics. I have two Glocks, both in .40 S&W. The sub-compact G 27 feels like an extension of my arm. Within the limits of the cartridge/gun combo, if I can see it, I will
hit it. It's as natural as pointing my finger.
I also have a G 23, the bigger brother to the 27. I'm not that good with it, and doubt I ever will be. There is absolutely nothing natural about the feel of it. What's the difference? The 23 allows me to get my little finger on the grip, and that screws up the whole grip geometry for me.
In the last 40+ years I have been fortunate enough to have the the perfect gun for me twice, and they couldn't be more different. The Glock 27, and a S&W Mod 19 4" with Mustang grips. The Mustang grips were very skinny, but very deep with a pretty good palm swell, and they made the gun as natural as it could possible be for my hand. Two guns, totally different, but both fit my hand perfectly. When you get that one gun with the perfect fit, you will know what I'm talking about.