I'm new on the site but have the distiction of perefecting southpaw shooting slightly low always to the right. i have a 24/7 compact that is fairly new (500 rounds) and have big hands. i know it is trigger control but it seems that there is a lot of trigger distance and i think i am slipping on the trigger. i shoot consistent with my Ruber 45 so i know how to do it right sometimes! Can anybody give advise or is their any trigger magic i can get done to decrease travel or LB?
You know, i was shooting up and to the right with my piece, and on center with my buddys 1911. I found out it wasnt that i was anticipating the recoil, but that my finger was to far into the trigger. Now i just use the first 1/3 of my finger, and im dead on target