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Took the wife to the range with the Glock 17. Almost every time she shot (5 rds at a time) the first round hits its mark, the last 4 you could see her physically dropping low/right (aim at chest, hit elbow on target). That is a LOT off target! She shot 50 rds off, and I could not shake her of that! :mad: I am no teacher by far, no one was around at the time to ask for some help. She wants to know why, so if you have any suggestions, please let us know.

We tried different stance, made sure she was squeezing the trigger off slowly, her grip on the gun looked good...:confused:

Thanks a bunch!
 

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If she is right handed, the chart states she is tightening her grip AS she pulls the trigger instead of having a constant 50/50 (100/100) grip on the firearm.

If she is a Lefty, shes yanking the trigger.
 

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If the first shot was spot on, she might be flinching the followup shots. Consider mixing some snap caps -- or dummy rounds which are cheaper -- with live rounds so that she won't know which ones are live. When she dry fires, see if her pistol drops down.
 
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