I never knew there was such a thing as "pointability" or a "natural pointing gun" until I joined an internet gun forum. Every gun I've ever used as performed up to, or more accurately DOWN to, my personal ineptness. I never felt that one required more or less work on my part than another. It never occurred to me that there was some sort of innate difference between them.
I don't really notice it if I am just target shooting.
But I notice it big time when I am doing close range quick shooting drills. With guns that "point well" for me, the front sight just "lands" right back on the target, I don't have to compensate or "find" the front sight after recoil. I find this also seems to "enhance" the recoil on guns that don't "point well" for me. They seem to jump around a little more and I "feel" like it is taking forever to get back on target and find that front sight.
Instead of BANG-BANG-BANG-BANG. It is BANG-frontsight-frontsight-THERE!- BANG -frontsight-frontsight....