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I noticed that my rear sight is adjusted quite a bit to the right. I'm still learning how to shoot properly but my groups a left and low. I figure it may be time to sight in the gun and then practice till I get my groups small and on target. I'm also doing quite a bit of dry firing btw to get familiar with the trigger.

So, how do people do this? Just a heavy bag on the bench and rest the hand? Rest the barrel? Forget about it and adjust the sights till your groups end up where you aim?

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Start by centering the sights. Then practice practice practice. Use the chart below to help with your technique.The trigger takes some getting used to.
 

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It actually seems quite hard not to jerk the AS trigger. Mine really 'sticks' at the end of the pull and then breaks loose. Looking at the force graph on the Walther site I'd say the 'hill' at the end is a lot steeper. But I've only fired 200 rounds so far. Just got another 400 at Walmart so I'm set to go
 
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