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Took the TX CHL class yesterday.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by KAK, Feb 21, 2011.

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  1. KAK

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    I enjoyed the class. I took Jonny Price's class. His company is bigironchl and he is in the waco area.

    I took the class yesterday with a G17. I notice that I favored the left a bit. No matter what I practice I always get these leftward shots. Anyone know what I might be doing?

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  2. Shipwreck

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    I have seen it is common to shoot low and left with Glocks until ya get the hang of the trigger.

    A 1 lb lighter trigger seemed to fix this for me.
     
  3. KAK

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    Did you just get the simple 3.5 connector or did you replace all that other stuff like springs and fulcrums.
     
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    Honestly - the only gun Glock that did work POA for me was the Glock 34 - it came with a 1 lb factory lighter trigger. I was surprised that I didn't have the low left issue... I have no Glocks now, so I am not familiar with all the tricks of changing out the internal trigger parts...

    I'd check with a Glock armorer and ask them to duplicate the lb less Glock 34 trigger from the factory.
     
  5. Robert101

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    I think this falls into the "come on man" category. Your shots look very consistant to me. Very nice grouping. If you want to raise your point of impact, try just barely sliding you trigger finger out of the trigger just a bit. For some guns I use more of my finger tip than inserting to the first joint. It might work for you - just a thought.
     
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