At what distance are you shooting?
Ok, funny thing is I just bought my G23 two days ago and less than two hours ago returned from putting 200 rds through it. 165 grain Remington JHP's. I started off with the same problem. At 15 yards I couldn't hit diddly. Two mags, no holes in my shoot n c targets, from a rest. I began to question my sanity, or whether these were new frangible ghost rounds. It's the trigger. This was my first hands on with a Glock, and trust me. It's the trigger. I have shot expert on every weapon I have put into my hands since 1992. The Glock trigger is different than any other trigger you will every caress with your trigger finger. Get a tad more meat on it than you would others, just dont touch the trigger with the crease of the first knuckle. Before I finished the first box of 100 I had closed in on the target. Though, in my former USMC opinion there is MUCH room for improvement. When I neared the end of the 2nd box I was able to group all rounds on the target, just not in the grouping I wanted. I have training that allows me to adjust my grip, sight picture/alignment and trigger control. It still took me nearly 200 rounds to get it right. I'll have at least 8-10" groupings by the time I finish the next box of 100, and down to 4-6" by the box after. Hang with it and stick to your basics: stance, grip, sight picture, breathing, trigger control. Do the same thing over and over and you will figure out what isn't correct in your form and I promise you, you'll have her hittin the 'G' spot in no time.picked up my G23 in January to use as a carry gun. i like having 13 rounds ready to go, versus the 5 in my 44mag. So far I've put 400+ rounds through it and have had hardly any problems with it, except for this one. i can't hit the broad side of the barn with the gun. i honestly think I'd be better off carrying empty and throwing it at the bad guy. it shoots low, high, right, left. With that being said i can group my shots very well with my 44 and 22. I'm not sure if its me, the ammo(I've heard some guns prefer lighter ammo), or the gun. I haven't run into any "my glock 23 can't hit sh*t!" posts through google so i figure its either the ammo, or me.
I'm open to all and any tips that you think might help. whether its target ammo to use or tips on shooting, etc.
i've been shooting 180gr FMJ through it so far.
thanks in advance