Many new 1911 owner need a learning curve.
As a relatively new 1911 owner, I'll have to agree. It takes some time to get to know the gun and once you do, you'll love it.
I purchased a new SS AR model which was dead on accurate right out of the box.
Later, I purchased a used AR B model from a LGS because my wallet kept jumping out of my pocket when I saw it.
I suspected there were issues with it right away because the rounds consistently impacted to the right of POA. On closer inspection, the rear sight was canted to the left like this one. I ended up sending the slide back to Taurus to have the sight replaced, which they did.
It was still shooting to the right. Some of it was me. I had to work on my grip.
But then I discovered if I compensated to the left, the rounds impacted POA. I ended up drifting the rear sight to the left and the front slight a little to the right. Extreme maybe, but this is a used gun. Anyhow, this is the result just a few days ago @ 7 yards. Its my EDC now.
Give the gun some time and get to know it before you start adjusting sights. If you do, use a heat gun first which also does a good job to weaken Locktite, even the red stuff. The Taurus hex wrench is useless. Get an inexpensive Weaver gunsmithing tool set. I paid $10 for the one I have. With the proper driver, you can bear down on the set screws and remove them without stripping them. I think 1/32 is the front set screw size but you shouldn't have to bother it on a new gun.