I recently bought an xds and I noticed that between the crown and the rifling there is a grind mark or a small shaving there, I have read forums that said that any damage to the crown will cause accuracy issues, the gun seems to group to the left no matter how I adjust the sights. This is a new gun and I've only taken it out two times to the range and shot 230 grain CCI bullets through it. I thought that maybe it was me that may be pulling the trigger wrong causing it to shoot to the left until I shot my s&m m&p 45 compact which was right on. I sent the gun in to Springfield and they told me that they didn't see a problem with the gun and that they got the gun to make one inch groups at 21 feet without adjusting the sights. They didn't mention that it shoots to the left at all even though I mentioned that in the included letter I sent with it. I put around 300 rounds thru it with many jams as well. Do you think it's just me not being use to the gun with bad trigger pulls and limp wristing, or do you think it's the gun? Tues I should be getting the gun back from them, I'm going to try testing it again. I'll let you know the results.