So I had a range session with Jeff Street of Step By Step Gun Training last week, and I think we FINALLY solved my issues with my CZ P07.
After analyzing my hits on the target, we noticed that my shots were way, way to the left of the bullseye and they were being strung out in a vertical line.
What was causing this is a three-fold issue:
- I was holding on to it too strongly with my right hand, which was pushing my shots off to the left
- I wasn’t holding the gun tight enough with my ring finger and pinkie, which caused some barrel movement as I pressed the trigger
- I’m old, and I wear bifocals, and so I needed to remember that I need to keep my head straight so the front sight isn’t fuzzy.
Once those two issues were solved, I was able to turn in some pretty decent 15 yard groups.
Now, onto the NRA Instructor Qualification!