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from 7 yds, with my p90, ruger, .45acp., shooting 230 gr. rmington golden sabre jhp, at an 8x11 sheet of paper with the bullseye in the center, i am consistantly shooting low. i mean way low, like barely on the paper. now i know your thinking this guy is just a bad shot, but this is not happening when i use my redhawk .44. i have noticed a gap between the top of the bbl and the slide.



am i doing something wrong or is it possible it is my gun? i tried the free standing position as well as a rested position and the results are the same.
has anyone else had a problem with low hits? if it is me, any idea what i'm doing and why i don't do it with my revolver? ruger offered to test the gun after i told them there was some ware on the guide rod, bbl, and slide, but i hate to send it back if it is some falt i am commiting and look like a total dohlt. thanks for any advice.

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had another shooter try it, doing the same. got a tip on a different sight picture to try. will inform today.

btw in qualifying the 7 yd line is a timed draw and shoot, i seem to be doing that fine, it's only when i take close aim i am getting the problem.

was told to align entire(to the bottom) front sight instead of alignig across the top. that is what i'll try today.



danny
 
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