Originally Posted by Don
Much of shooting low and left is too much finger on the trigger. Try to center the trigger on the finger pad and see if that helps.
Many..many people put their finger on the trigger at the first knuckle, that is to far in, it will cause you to push the barrel left when you pull the trigger. Try dry firing with the sight lined up on a spot and pay particular attention to not moving the front sight off the spot. Which brings up the second most common mistake..focus only on the front sight and allow the rear sight and target spot to blur. Along those lines make sure you know which of your eyes is the dominate eye, though most right hand shooters are right eye dominate I am one of the oddballs who are left eye dominate and at 10 yards that can mean the difference of me keeping the rounds on a 8" pie plate and missing it completely.
I find that at 7 - 10 yards I have to block out the 1" bullseye with the front sight.
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