I was at buds gun range the other day trying to break in my new Taurus 740 slim line (and no, i am not looking for the Taurus hating here -lol) So i put about 100 rounds through the gun, and after a little bit of getting used to the gun, all of my shots were grouping at about 3 inches. not a single group worse than that. but all of my groups were significantly low and to the left. I concluded that i needed to adjust the site, but was more interested in getting the gun broken in, and did not bring anything to work on it. After wards i was browsing, and a crimson trace rep happened to be at buds restocking some inventory, and he asked me what i had, and tried pushing a laser for my gun. I told him i was not interested, but told him i did need to get my sight adjusted - just being nice/for conversation. I told him that it was shooting low and to the left, but my grouping was at about 3 inches, and he proceeded to tell me that he bet i was anticipating before firing (i know what he meant, and early in my shooting, i was absolutely guilty of this for a short time). BUT i told him i did not think that could be the issue as the other gun i took was hitting the mark with about three inch grouping, PLUS i would think a consistent 3 inch group would be hard to achieve if you were anticipating. Also the group was always off by the same distance low and to the left several inches for both. He would not have any of that, and persistently stuck to the fact that i was anticipating. Well i just let it go. Being that i am no expert by any means, and want to get better if i am screwing up, i thought i would get some more neutral opinions here. Am i right here? Is it likely that someone could be anticipating and CONSISTENTLY (and i mean not one shot out of the group off for several clips) group well? If you are anticipating wouldn't the grouping be all over the place? I left him with joking that i did not think i could anticipate that consistently.