I I did a quick search and didn’t see any suggestions. I tend to use a combat hold when target shooting and depending on where my groupings are I can assess my bad habits pretty quickly. With three of my guns but one has me stumped. My 22 Mag revolver, .380 and 9 mm will punch paper prettu close to the center and maybe just a touch down and to the left. once I see that pattern I realize my pull it not a squeeze straight back but more of a pull that moves left. Take a breath, concentrate, and pull smoothly straight back and I am back on center.
My 45 has upgraded night sights on it and if you see the ten ring like the face of a wall clock when I am printing a close grouping they are in the ten ring just above the 5 O’Clock position.
What have I changed since getting these new sights? Well I have started looking harder at the front sight but other than that it is about the same. Someone mentioned that by changing my focus to the front blade I might be letting my dominate eye change my reap point of aim.
Since I came home from the range last time I have sat at home and practiced using both eyes on the sights. I sit watching TV with a Airsoft P226 sitting by my side. During a commercial I will focus on a target with both eyes open and try to get a clear target picture. And yes I do notice sometimes I almost close my left eye before I realize I am not using both eyes.
My question might be should I assume the front sight being taller needs to have the front dot higher compared to the back two? Or does anyone think it is a dominate eye problem? Maybe I am over thinking it and just need more practice with the new gun.