Question for bullseye shooters
I'd like some advice about a shooting problem. I've recently started shooting pistols casually after 20-odd years of not shooting. I tend to shoot to the left. No problem with elevation. This is a consistent problem across different guns, so I'm fairly sure it's something I'm doing wrong, rather than an equipment issue.
I did have some problem with it even when I shot a lot, but it seems worse now.
It didn't keep me from shooting small groups back when I could see better, but the rear sights on all of my guns were adjusted about halfway between center and far right.
I know the issues that cause low-and-left or high-and-right misses, but can't remember what would cause left error. The magnitude of the error is, on a 25-yard bullseye, I'll hit the left side of the bull or slightly outside.
Thanks for any ideas or suggestions.