This is my first Glock and maybe I am just expecting too much. I have been primarily a Browning High Power Shooter and needed a nice conceal carry pistol and found the 29 at a local shop and traded a nice rifle for it. It was new in the box and so far I have run around 300 rounds through it and can not get consistent groups smaller than 6 inches at 20 yards with it. My Browning consistently shoots sub 3 in groups at this range. Now understand I never expected the Glock to shoot with my high Power but I am getting tighter groups with the Taurus PT 738 .380 than I can with the 29!! Tried different ammo and it seems about the same it's not all one way or the other it's just inconsistent. I expected much much better accuracy with a 10mm Glock. Is it the 29 running the hot 10mm round in a subcompact is just not that accurate or---?? At first I though it was just that the trigger pull and feel was so different I just needed some trigger time but after running a few hundred rounds it's not getting much better so?? To have a small .380 pocket pistol with those tiny sights consistently shoot rings around my Glock on the range is not cool. Any ideas on what could be wrong here??