I was out shooting with a friend just ot varify something that has been nagging me for awhile. A while ago I was shooting with another friend and I handed my handgun to him. He consistantly shot high with my firearm. So I tried his gun and I shot consitantly low with his. Well that just won't do so I brought out the 38, 357, 40 and 45. Same thing. I do recall when I first fired off each gun after purchase I shot low. I just chalked it up to the sights are off. The 38 is fixed sights and I still shoot low with it, while I have adjusted the back sights on the other guns, which shoot perfectly for me. Now I'm second guessing. The thing is I can shoot consistantly. I can shoot a 2.5" group with a .22 at 25yds and a 5" group with my 40 and 45 at 25 yds, and a 6" group bare sight with my 357 with a 8 3/8" barrel at 50yds. Is it possible that my eyesight is that different, or have I possibly nurtured a bad form while shooting. Any thoughts?????