Hi All, I recently purchased a Glock G19 (9mm) new from the local shooting range. Today I took it to the range to give it an honorary first spin. My first shot was dead center of the BG's chest, beginners luck. After that, I found myself consistently dropping shots down and to the right. Not all of my shots, but a good enough chunk to leave me feeling in the dumps about my accuracy and a lovely scattered pattern on the target I'm a right-handed person, but am left-eye dominant and shoot left handed. (long story, but found out when I was much younger while taking a hunter safety course...10 shots with 22 rifle right handed all missed, instructor had me switch to left hand, and 10 shots all hit the target....not much of a grouping, but they left a mark) This is my first handgun. Haven't really shot in a few years. Did some shooting with a 20 & 12-gauge (rabbit / squirrel / clay) at a friends farm, and some plinking with the 22 rifle in my younger years. I'm actually not too shabby with a shotgun. I tried variations of how much finger was on the trigger, holding full breaths vs letting some out. I occasionally found myself flinching before the gun had fired (not to place the blame on someone else, but there did happen to be a bunch of dudes firing a rented mp5 full auto right next to me, and it was a bit chilly in the range.....but I'm sure most of the blame is on me) So, roundabout way of getting there, but, any tips for a beginning handgun shooter? I was firing Winchester 115gr FMJ at 10 - 15 yards out. In total about 150 rounds have been fired through the gun so far. I've read postings mentioning a gun needs 300 rds to be broken in. Is this an old wives tale or is there some substance to this? My girlfriend (along for the ride, but not for the fireworks) noticed the guy to my left (who happened to be shooting very tight groups, 40 cal, at 15 - 20 yds) had more of a squatted stance, and I was more 'upright'.