My wife can shoot it well and shoot lights out with her Sig 380. I can shoot my full sized 45 quite well so I don't understand why I can't shoot the smaller pistol.
Any advice? I try to be aware of not milking it when I shoot, but I just cant seem to figure it out ?
Where are the rounds going is there any consistency in the placement or are you all over the place ........
Good idea to reduce the distance too.
That gun likes your Wife...just give it to her...problem solved....LOL. Just kidding, but since it shoots good for her, that eliminates the possibility that there is a problem with the gun, or the ammo. Try this target at 20ft...Alot of people like to use it at the range i work at when shooting a new gun for the first time, they all fit your hand, and land on your trigger finger differently. This target will usually find the problem in 1 box of shells.....But sometimes you just cant make friends with a certain gun....I really wanted to like Glock's..I really tried to like Glock's...They just dont like me....Something to do with the grip angle i think.
This is my target from last week. 100rnds at 15 yards with my 9mm ruger. Ithink i need to drift my rear sight just a pube to the Right...The ones to the outside are rapid fire rounds...I still need alot of practice with that....
The dummy rounds idea is cool though I'm thinking to see if I can figure a way to record what I'm doing when I fire... I have a another 3 day weekend coming up and plan on slinging some lead!!
I seen this on 1 of the Monday gun shows on the sportsman channel and thought it was great demonstration.
Just load your mag with your eyes closed ?