I currently own a P99 QA 9mm but am thinking about a trade for a Beretta 92 Brigadier. I am only thinking about parting with the P99 because I can't seem to shoot it as well as I like. Every round groups left of center regardless of what grip size or trigger pull method. But I have no problems hitting "dead-on" with my SIG SP2022, 226, and Hi-Power.
I really want to keep this gun, but I can't shoot it well, why bother? Any advise on improving my shooting with it will be appreciated.
Well Mr.PPP I have had several guns like that over the years that I just could not get on target. These were quaity made guns and I changed stocks and such. If you are not comfortable shooting a gun your going to have poor performance. Good luck.
I've adjusted the rear sites and tried just about everything. The rangemaster seems to put every round in a 2" circle. I can do that with my 226...I just don't want to give up on it since everyone raves about the 9mm P99 being the best shooting 9mm on the market.
Yes they are, and I have worked on them. I don't want to get rid of it w/o doing my diligence and giving the thing a chance since its supposed to be such a fine weapon. I've put 600+ rounds through it and can't seem to pull them to the center.