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+1 - have someone else try it first - the gap is normal.

An illustration - I took my friend to the range last weekend, and he's a complete newbie. He shot my Ruger .22 for quite a while and was doing really well with the grouping.

I let him try a couple of mags through my P99C - I'm standing behind him, watching his shots. Most hit center of mass (chest area) on a sillhouette target. "He's doin ok" I think.

Then he asks, "Am I even hitting the target?"

"Sure - where are you aiming?" I ask..

He replies - "The head!" :p

Point is, even a little bit of weirdness in your form can radically throw your shots off.
 
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