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Old April 3, 2018, 06:40 PM   #4
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There are at least a couple things that are probably going on at the split fraction of a second before the trigger breaks that is causing your rounds to land low and left.

Rather than go into all of the reasons for your issue(s), here's just about the quickest way to fix that problem.

I wish I could explain exactly why you (and just about everyone else, including me) seem to see this problem in our shooting more with smaller guns vs. larger ones. But I can't. I just know it happens more often with smaller guns, and that it's tied to proper mechanics. If you can press the trigger without moving the gun (much, it does move no matter what you do), then you'll see this problem less, even with smaller guns.
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