Hi, I own both a few Glocks and 1911's. I love Glocks for simplicity and durability. I love the 1911 for a natural feel when shooting and the way they shoot. Anyway,I am at a sort of crossroads and am considering selling or trading most of my Glocks. I have been shooting a fair amount (for me) lately and I was wondering if anyone had noticed the same thing. I shoot my G19 with WWB (for all guns) and one time I can get 1" groups at 10yds. The next day I get 5-6" groups. When that has happened I switch to one of my 1911's (Kimber Aegis 9mm) and get 1" groups or so...right on the money at the red. With the Glocks (all of them) I shoot low left. I shoot all my 1911's and revolvers right dead center. I always get good groups from all my 1911's all the time....maybe a little variance but not much. My Glocks...good one day,bad the next, always low left. My question: could it be some people for some reason (trigger control problem,leverage,whatever) don't shoot Glocks well?? Even my RIA 1911's are tack drivers(9mm,45acp and 38 super). I know Glocks are not supposed to be tack drivers, but still..go from 1" to 5" group. I know it's got to be me, I'm just thinking I don't shoot Glocks well and would rather sell them and buy ammo. I am always reading where people say they are shooting Glocks low left...I've done that too only with Glocks. Anyone have any thoughts? Sorry for the book Chuck Wanna kill these ads? We can help!