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    lc9 problems

    hello everyone im having problems with a brand new lc9 shooting a foot low..


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    Aim a foot higher...Seriously is this your first handgun or are you fairly new to shooting?The LC9 has a long stiff trigger pull if you are jerking the trigger at the end it could be causing the muzzle to drop.try dry firing an Empty gun with no ammo in the room you are dry firing in,line up the sight on a target area on the wall and squeeze the trigger,if the muzzle moves just before or as the trigger breaks you need to learn to control the trigger by dry firing until you build muscle memory in your trigger finger and with proper grip etc should be making a big hole out of the bullseye
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    Hey Buckman Welcome to Defensive Carry The best forum for sharing ideas and experience.

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    lc9 problems

    Welcome to the forum... Sorry don't know anything about IC9's
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    Welcome to the group.
    Duk has probably got it right it's not the gun that is usually the problem.
    I'll catch myself shooting low and to the left till I focus.
    Maybe this may help ...
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    Welcome from Wisconsin! I can't help you with your LC9 but I wish you luck with it.
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    Greetings and welcome to the forum from the Space Coast of Central Florida.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybm View Post
    Welcome to the group.
    Duk has probably got it right it's not the gun that is usually the problem.
    I'll catch myself shooting low and to the left till I focus.
    Maybe this may help ...
    Target A.jpg
    Welcome to the forum and I echo Jaybm's comment.
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