I got kind of a wake-up call tonight about finding the right shooting grip for the best accuracy. I took my Colt Commander and Ruger 22/45 to the range with 100 and 500 rounds each, respectively. I've been experimenting with different holds and stances with the Colt and trying to find the best. Tonight I tried shooting in an Isoceles stance, two handed with thumbs straight and squeezing the trigger with my fingertip rather than the first knuckle. The results were bad; a 5 inch group at 25' with every round 2 inches right of the bullseye. So then I went back to a modified Weaver, two handed, with the thumb of my support hand crossed over the thumb of my firing hand and pulling the trigger with the first knuckle. This time I had a 3 inch group, dead center on the bullseye with three rounds touching and in the bullseye. Much better. I put another mag into the target using the same stance, hold and trigger squeeze combo to make sure it wasn't a fluke and managed to remove the rest of the bullseye. I was amazed at what a few small changes in how I stood and held the trigger did to my groups. Have the rest of you noticed anything similar while learning to shoot accurately?