I consistently shoot between 7 and 9 o'clock with all my handguns. The heavier the round, the worse it gets. With my mk111 it is hardly noticable however with the springfield armory 1911 I just got its so bad sometimes I am missing a notebook size sheet of paper from 30 feet. According to a target I found from this site I am using 'to little trigger finger' and or 'tightening fingers' and possibly even 'jerking/slapping the trigger'. With my glock 19 (which I have the most experience shooting) I generally shoot about 3 inches left of bullseye at 30 feet. However with the 1911 I just got we're talking 4-6 inches left and 3-4 inches low. Some of that I attribute to stepping up the caliber and a new style of gun. But its become prevelant that this is a reocurring problem that I am experiencing with ALL my handguns. Any help as to how I can get this corrected would be greatly appreciated.