Okay, so I recently picked up a 19x and was really happy with the purchase. Took it to the range today and my first shot at 25 yards with Remington 115 grain range ammo, literally hit the dirt 3 yards short and about a foot to the left of the steel target. Now, I’m not the greatest shot, but in no way was I throwing my shot this bad. Then from 7 yards, the rounds where hitting all over the place. Now some might think that these were shooter induced, bad trigger presses, etc etc. I can assure you they were not. I literally compared with my Walther PPQ from exact same distances and with the same deliberate sloooow trigger presses. The Walther was dead on, no issues. I put around 200-250 rounds through the G19x with wildly varying accuracy. Recoil also felt strange when performing longer strings of fire. I’m very confused and at a lose for when was occurring. I check my spent casings and did notice that the strikes on the primers didn’t leave nice uniform dimples, but were deformed like the striker hit and then “slide” through the primers. I have never seen this kind of marking with my Walther or any other Handgun who’s brass I’ve inspected. Sorry this is such a long post, but I am really confused by this. Any help would be much appreciated!