The grouping is pretty good, don't know why your upset; BUT to improve:
Concentrate more on squeezing the trigger the same from start to finish will help.
Experienced shooters will tell you that trigger control is more important than sight alignment (not that the sights are unimportant).
But when you "master" the trigger then you will notice that you can even point shoot better.
Make sure you have the same grip every time. Pay attention to your front sight, that's where it all happens. Slowly squeeeeeeze the trigger straight back. Let the shot surprise you.
And by the way, that's already pretty fair shooting.
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