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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by wayno148, Jan 20, 2013.
Why did I buy a G26 when I could no shoot my G23? Try something else I guess!
Experiencing technical difficulties?
Two different calibers and two different guns. I guess I don't understand you issue.
Low and left with both pieces (trigger prob) I guess and from rest spot on.
I shoot low and left with mine. It may have to do with how you're pulling the trigger or it may be the way you're holding it.
Much as I hate glocks it sounds more like you aren't shooting correctly.
It's not the weapon (as shown by POA/POI from a supported position). You need to invest in some lessons.
Trust those site, shoot about 15 feet from target. Align your sites right where you expect the bullet to hit and pull the trigger slowly, had the same problem until I figured it all out. But 90 percent of the glocks are pretty much dead accurate
It sounds like you and the Glock trigger are not in sinc. It may be that they just do not fit your hand which makes for a bad hold and bad trigger control. The G36 single stack is the only Glock that fits my hand and I do well with it. I have short fingers and the thinner grip helps. I do much better with the XD's, Ruger SR's and most other guns.
Low and to the left? Are you right handed? Sounds like an anticipatory recoil flinch. (Or so I've been told).
That's what I was thinking. When I starting shooting I shot low left because I flinched.
Print this out and use it as a target. If you're a right handed shooter the answer will be where you hits are.
Looks like slapping the trigger per the chart.
Deff not the pistols fault..since from rest im in the bull....may go rent a G36 and see what happens
Operator error. Nothing wrong with the gun.