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Old January 13, 2020, 09:15 AM   #10
TunnelRat
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^ that's what I'd like to know as well.

If elevation is your one problem, it could be a sight picture difference as mentioned above. Many firearms now, especially service weapons, are set up with the point of impact behind the front dot. You have to cover the point of aim to get point of impact.

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