Good News / Bad News or Milking and Pushing...Help!
I went to the range yesterday with my 1911. I've been having problems shooting low with it but with none of my other pistols (.38 snub, XD40sc, PA-63). I fired 100 rds in 3 to 5 shot groups and find that I am the problem (bad news), but the gun is fine (good news).
Now that I know that I am doing a combination of milking the grip and pushing while firing, how do I fix it? (BTW, this is using a high-grip...right thumb on saftey and left thumb pointing down frame with left hand wrapped around trigger guard.)
It's strange to note that if I start in the holster or at low ready and just fire as soon as the front site indexes on the target, I don't do this. It's only when I slow down and think about the shot that I goof. Even my quick double taps are within an inch or two of the "X."
TIA for your assistance,