I have a quandry. I took my Kimber CDP out today for it's first range trip. ALL my other 1911s have Houge wraparounds for grips. I really like the look of the CDP with the factory grips, and decided not to change them. Today...everything was way right. I 1st thought it was the sights, I took one shot one handed and one shot "teacupping" the pistol. Needless to say...it ain't the gun. Point of aim...just reduced recoil control and followup.
I shoot left handed, weaver. I'm pretty sure I'm pulling my shots off with my support hand. It usually isn't that bad with my other 1911s. Usually They're just a little right. Today I cut the BGs arm off :-)
What should I do training mostly by myself to get over it. I'm 90% sure it's the support hand...I concentrate on using only the pad of my trigger finger so I don't THINK that's it.
PS...the Kimber only FTF'ed 1 time in about 180 rounds and it was on a old 230 grain JHP (I think from the flash and BOOOM) +P safe orphan.