Well it’s hard to suggest something without watching you shoot an getting some idea about what the underlying problem might be. But it’s an excellent chance it’s trigger control, because that turns out to be what the problem often is. So first try some dry practice. Triple confirm that the gun is unloaded and be sure there’s no ammunition in the area. Then try some slow, smooth trigger presses while maintaining a hard focus on the front sight. Place the pd of your trigger finger on the trigger with the finger tip perpendicular to the direction of trigger travel. Smoothly increase pressure on the trigger, pressing it straight back with only the trigger finger moving, until the sear trips. The front sight should not move. If it doesn’t move, repeat. If it does move try again concentrating on doing it correctly until the front sight doesn’t move. When you’re consistently breaking the dry shot without the front sight moving head to the range for some live fire. Remember that when you’re starting these exercises you’ll want to concentrate on doing it right each time. That’s how you program your mind and body to do it correctly on demand. You might also need to overcome some bad habits. Let us know how it’s working for you.