I brought my new 1911 to the range. I had owned a 1911 before but this one was different than my last. My gun had a very crisp heavier trigger than the last one. It was shooting very low and left. I tried withy darndest to get proper squeeze, but to no avail. I took it home. Did some reading and asking around on these forums. And when I went back to the range, I had given myself plenty of dry fire practice and did my best not to flinch
Here check this out. It helped me a lot.
Cooper's the man. Using this advice and practicing very simple dry firing to checking down the sights when it went "click" I ended up with much more accurate landings and much tighter groupings.