Some of you may remember me posting last January that I had just bought a Model 27, and was having major problems shooting it accurately. The pistol is stone reliable, but no matter what I do, it prints 4 inches to the left at 10 yards. At 25 yards I cannot even hit the target. I put a big piece of cardboard up, and at that range I am shooting almost 2 feet to the left. I have had a couple friends who shot Glocks regularly, and they have no problem hitting the target. Despite their best efforts, I am just unable to get used to the trigger. I shoot my 1911's and revolvers well, and at 10 yards with my S&W Model 60 I can shoot rings around the Glock. I have to admit, I have shot several Glocks in the past and have never been able to shoot them well. I thought with persistence, education, and a few hundred rounds, I could learn to do so. Am I the only guy in the world to have this problem?