The low left is CLASIC new Glock shooter no matter what size the hands.
The answer has always been to dry fire,
When doing so
remove the magazine.
clear the chamber.
check by looking.
check by putting you finger in to make sure.
(optical and digital)
Now go into a space away from ammunition.
Point in a SAFE direction and pull the trigger.
Now retract the slide about 1/4 inch (until the trigger resets).
Line up your sights.
(top of the front sight level with the top of the rear sight)
(With an even amount of space on either side of the front sight)
Pull the trigger WITHOUT moving the sight picture.
(when you can do this while holding the picture in front of your target you will be happy with your scores)
Dry fire, stop before you get sloppy.
More is not better.
Each "shot" is important.
When you go back to the ammo
DO NOT PUT IN A LOADED MAGAZINE SLAM SHUT
THE SLIDE AND (FROM HABIT PULL THE TRIGGER)
It has happened.
Remember when you pull the trigger always make sure the gun is pointed in a safe direction. Lt
Correctional and Therapeutic Mayhem Administrator EMERITUS
GLOCK CERTIFIED ARMORER