10-21-2018, 07:11 PM
Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: Sumner County, TN
Def not the same as a 1911. I see a problem you have of either 2 things. I am affected by one of the 2.
Your finger is not placed properly and you are slightly pulling to the left -or- your eyes suck like mine.
So if you have vision issues, you need to find a way to adapt. Either move the sight to pick up the difference of the distance or get glasses that would assist your hobby.
I can shoot a 1911 near perfect. However, my HKs, my Sigs, etc., have the same issues. You need to root out the problem.
Finger position is important especially on these guns. It will screw with you.
Put a penny and balance it on the front sight and dry fire practice.
Hope it helps... good luck.
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John, aka BHunted
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