I am hoping that someone more experienced can lend some insight on an issue that I have been struggling with when shooting for groups. Let me preface this with saying that I am far from a good handgun shooter, but have been shooting more handguns lately and am making an effort to improve. This issue is basically the same whether I am shooting a glock, a 1911 or a 4" .38 revolver. When I start moving out further than 7 yards or so shooting iron sights I struggle a bit with sight picture. If I focus on the front sight properly, the target is a blob, and it is impossible to tell exactly where on the target the sight is. I have good vision so I don't think this is an eyesight related issue. I have been trying to focus on the target first, line the sights up roughly with the target still in focus, then move my focus to the front sight. If I adjust my grip, or move at all for whatever reason and try to move back, and don't run through the focusing sequence again, my ability to aim is limited by approximating the target center in the "blob". I am likely exposing my inexperience/ineptitude by asking this, but any tips, hints, tricks, experiences, etc. anyone could give on this issue would be greatly appreciated.