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Aim high hit about dead center

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Ok, I used to have to shoot high to hit center left. Just about had that worked out, then I started modding my G26. Put a new Kineti-Tech flat trigger, just the shoe, on with a Ghost 3.5 Ultimate connector on, plus a few other goodies that have nothing to do with the firing or aiming process. Anyway, one, I’m tickled that the gun even works lol! I tore it down completely for the surgery, and have never done anything like that before. Found out that Glock is very easy to tear down. Anyway, so now I’ve completely eliminated the “left” issue, but having to aim a few inches over top of target in order to hit dead center. Is this a technique issue I can easily fix? I blew off almost 250 rounds today, had a blast, and tore out a huge hole almost dead center.
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How are you using the sights? Are you expecting to need a 6:00 hold? If so, that could be your problem. Without a bunch of background info on your experiences with handguns, it’s hard to give advice beyond “quit anticipating recoil” and “learn how a sight picture should look.”
 

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You make it sound like you're very consistently shooting the same, so I agree it's probably not you anticipating. Do you have other Glocks? If so, how do they print for you? I don't have experience with TruGlo sights, so I don't know if they're made to use the same sight picture as stock Glock sights. I assume they would be the same. Are they adjustable?

Also, how far off are we talking about? Is it 1" low at 10 yards? 6" low at 5 yards?
 
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