If you're having problems with your POA not equalling your POI, that has NOTHING to do with "how the gun points" or with its grip angle. When people talk about a gun "not pointing right" they're talking about grip angle--how the gun FEELS to them when the sights are aligned--or more specifically where the sights point when they take the grip that works for them on a gun with a grip angle they're USED TO. What you're describing is either a trigger technique problem or a sight adjustment issue. Regardless of grip angle, a gun with properly adjusted sights will put its shots where the sights say it will. If the Glock is "pointing low" (when your hand/wrist position feels natural, the sights are aligned on a spot lower on the target than you would like) then you're going to have problems finding a gun that "points" higher. The Glock grip angle is about as steep as you will find which means it "points" as high as or higher than most guns currently on the market. BTW, this thread is a perfect example of why the phrase "this gun doesn't point right" is one of my pet peeves. What people REALLY mean to say is that "the grip angle of this gun is not what I'm used to". The first statement implies that the gun is somehow "pointing itself" when the issue is really one of grip angle and shooter familiarity.