Was wondering why some guns shoot point of aim and some don't? Between guns I own, shooting a friend's gun and guns I have rented, I notice some guns shoot where I line them up and some shoot a few inches low.
A gun doesn't vary it's placement either. If it shoots at a certain place once, it shoots it there every time (if I'm shooting correctly of course). Example: I've owned a XD 9 for about 5-6 years and can keep a somewhat tight group, but it aims a little low and the group is spread out to the 4 - 5 inch circle. I shot a friend's 92FS ONCE and was punching the center out of the target.
I am a fairly consistent shooter in that most of my groups are within a four - five inch diameter (roughly), just not always in the place I put the sights.
Any suggestions as far as if it's sights, if the gun just doesn't like me, etc. would be helpful. Usually shoot @ 7 yds. Thanks for your time and a great forum.