I'd say a shooter error issue in grip or by limpwristing.
I apologize that my response was offensive, because that was not my intention.hmm, well, I've never claimed to be the world's best shot but I have been shooting for close to 30 years.... and this was shooting at an indoor range from a rest... hey, I don't claim to be a whiz kid with a trigger but isn't it odd that so many people have the same problem? Maybe I came to the wrong place to discuss this...
hey now that's very interesting, sounds like a good lead to track down. I'll give that a try. I'll try to ignore the maniacal look in wifey's eye while she assists me on that exercise...I looked at threads in the 7XX Forum some time back. There was some kind of kooky "lockup being altered by trigger pull" problem - where the barrel was moving in these striker-fired pistols when you move that trigger finger through the stroke. Aren't the 24-7 G2 handguns striker-fired? If I were the OP, I'd check to see if the handgun was unloaded, pop in a dummy cartridge, point the gun somewhere where I could watch the muzzle-end (get an assistant if necessary oh, and did I mention you should carefully insure the weapon is unloaded?) and have her slowly pull Mr. Trigger to see if the barrel moves left in the slide.
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After yesterday I'm feeling the same way. I just posted my range report on a new thread. The trigger took some getting used to for me, but the only limitation to the accuracy of this pistol is the operator!Mine was the same way low left.Turns out my inexperience was the reason.A friend put a 12rd hole in the papper n told me how and where to hold.Shortly affter I tore out a couple of nice groups at seven yrds. I was excited,the more i shoot the better it feels.Over 300 rds and this gun is slick feels like a different weapon.Very proud to own one it even gets a few positive comments from folks at the range seems like the trigger impresses everyone that fires it.