Anyone know a way to fix this problem?
No no you've got it all wrong. You need to inspect the barrel to make sure the bullet isn't pulling to the left while you shoot. Simply put on some protective eyewear, and then look down the gun while you fire it. This should allow you to observe the path the bullet takes
@Soon, I'd say don't do this, but we need a little more Darwinism in the world.
@Soon, the best thing to do is learn firearms before you buy, but your method is a great solution for those who don't need to be armed! Bravo sir
@Soon, thinning the heard one rêtard at a time.
@Soon, low-key thought this was gonna say it was hitting only dark colors, was gonna die in class.
@BigJohnson86, civilization has ruined natural selection.
@Soon, If I said I was surprised at it firing to the left because I thought that most gun owners tend to pull quite far to the right - do you think it would be taken as the joke it’s intended as, or start an unnecessary political fight? 😋
@jizzgenerator, retard isn't censored either
@Soon, Who downvoted you, I must know.
If he’s right handed he’s pushing his trigger finger to much, of left he’s pulling it. I try to put the center of my finger tip on the trigger, and pull back as slow and straight as possible. I know he’s got a hand gun, but for a rifle shooter with this problem trying moving your trigger hand grip a bit forward for righties, and back for lefties
The realistic reason his rounds are pulling to the left is he is probably left handed and bracing right before he pulls the trigger causing him to aim the gun slightly to the left at the last minute.
@Dabac0nat3r, that or he isn't putting his trigger finger on the gun correctly (some guns you want the finger pad, other guns further in on the finger). Or he is squeezing his whole hand instead of just the trigger finger. There are a few reasons, including yours. A simple Google search would have helped him figure it out. Instead he shows himself to he a complete idiot... Or a troll.
@RogueKnight, probably a troll
.....I'm thoroughly impressed by the level of maturity (for the most part) of these comments. Glad to see some sensible answers to legitimate questions. I will definitely be using some of these tips my self the next time I go to the range. Bravo my fellow gun toting acquaintances.
@Starchaser, most gun owners, or in my case, people who want to own/collect firearms are (in my experiences) mature and respectful with the knowledge and info they give out because, while sarcasm and Darwinism are great, on the range it's just gonna mess up someone/everyone's day if a guy doesn't know you're messing with him.
@UncommonSense, ya I agree and being a gun owner myself I have seen and am very respectful, responsible and mature about and with firearms and when to mess with someone about that kind of thing but.... knowing this site I was just impressed by the maturity of the responses that's all. Most of the posts that have a serious tone to them sometimes get the least amount of mature answers.
Aim more toward the right to compensate.
Can i get some advice on shooting handguns? All my shots lands low and to the left usually, any tips?
@GunLovingMerican, tightening your grip as you pull the trigger, also pulling instead of squeezing the trigger.
@Captain Swordsman, you mean squeeze instead of pull. If yo pull, from using the right hand, it will fire and land left. I know that is what you meant.
@GunLovingMerican, it’s a combination of your trigger pull and you are anticipating the shot which makes you flinch and point the gun down. With a revolver you can put two or three bullets randomly in the cylinder giving you some dry shots or some snap caps in with bullets in a magazine for pistol. You will see the flinch with the dry shots.
@GunLovingMerican, have you tried not sucking? Jk I miss low myself and one of the reasons I do is when I shoot without my glasses. The way your eyes focus can be affecting your shot. If your grouping is still good it is most likely a visual or mechanical problem. Many squeeze pull advice I see won't account for that. Good luck
@GunLovingMerican, training and practice
@Captain Swordsman, so... I was going to suggest loosening grip and never "pull" the trigger. Trolling?
I always find that if I'm off, it's because my grip is too tight. Nice even squeeze of the trigger... full breath in, half breath out.
@big freedom, no I was saying his shots are landing low and to the left because he's tightening his grip and pulling the trigger.
@Captain Swordsman, ahhhhh. Thanks for clarifying!
I mean if they are a cop, they might be considered accurate
More importantly, what distance is he shooting at. Because that is a much better group than most people get.