Just back from my second trip to the range with my Gen4 19. It has been a real joy to shoot so far.
I did have one issue last week and confirmed it today - I consistently shoot left with it.
I found several posts about the issue and it seems to be a trigger pull technique problem. I shot from sandbags today and concentrated very carefully on trigger pull and it seemed to reduce the problem, but not completely resolve it. If I don't really concentrate, the shots go left again...
My question (at the risk of getting flamed) is:
Would it be terribly wrong to adjust my rear sight to compensate? If I tend to shoot left consistently with the gun, what would be wrong with adjusting the sight so that I hit bull every time? Even if I work on real concentration, I suspect that I would pull left in a stressful situation - not good.