Try this first

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

  1. NGIB

    NGIB New Member

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    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...