Try this first

Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by NGIB, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. NGIB

    NGIB New Member

    We all see lots of threads about "broken" guns. Like the one that always shoots low & left, or the one that always has FTE's, etc. I just gave this advice in a thread and I'll give it again here. If you're not sure the "malfunction" is the guns fault or your fault - let somebody else shoot it. I know this sounds to simple, but you'll be amazed how many problems it solves.

    I was shooting with my son one day and he wasn't doing very well with a new gun. He was shooting way left and he started to reach in the range bag for a screwdriver to adjust the rear sight. I had him hold on and I fired a mag dead on at POA. Turns out his grip on the gun was a bit off.

    Never be afraid to ask for help as we all learned from somewhere...