Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ted410x, Mar 6, 2012.
How does it group?
This diagnostic chart may help
To be honest, it is now shooting tighter double-taps than my railed Sig 1911 bought at the same time.
I have plans to purchase one in the near future.
And please, try shooting the gun off a rest. It doesn't need to be a ransom rest, even just some sandbags stacked up will help you see the true accuracy of the gun.
There are a few good reasons why some of those US made guns cost 40%+ more.
I say keep shooting- Don't do anything to the pistol that can't be undone later. There may only be a small burr somewhere throwing you off, it may wear down on its own or it may need a little polish later on. RI triggers can be pretty stiff, especially at first. The sear/hammer connection needs a little time to find home. Also, the suggestion to use a rest was very wise.
If it turns out the sights really need adjusting, you do this by moving the rear sight in the direction you want your bullets to go. It will take a hammer, a NON-MARRING punch and a PADDED JAW vise.
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