Alright I purchased a glock 19 about 3 months ago. I have ran about 1000 rounds through it. When I first got it, I shot it very accurate. Then I started trying to improve myself further by using a more proper grip and trying different trigger finger positions. Now I keep shooting approx. 3" to the left of a 2" shoot N C at about 20 yards. Now I know that that is combat accurate but still. I still shoot really good groups, just to the left. I did search this forum for this topic and found a few suggestions and that chart that looks like a clock that shows what your doing wrong by where you hit. I hit in the zone that says too little trigger finger. I ran 50 more rounds through it moving my finger in with each 5 shots or so and nothing changed. I did get my hand more comfortable, but still shooting left. Please give me all the advice you can come up with. If I can't get this figured out, it is going down the road and will be chalked up as a loss. I shoot 5 other pistols, 3 of which are DA/SA and I shoot them in DA trying to see if that is it and its not. All 5 others shoot dead on POA. Oh yeah, I let my buddy shoot the gun and he shot it to the right. So its not the sights. I really like the pistol for CCW so I would like to keep it, my confidence with it is not great though.