Hello Glock talkers, this week I sold my G30SF and picked up a G26 because my G19 was just too large for my wife to carry as her EDC, she handled a G26 and liked it so I figured I would just take over my G19 as my EDC and part with the G30SF, yes I know I shouldnt have sold it and saved for the G26 but my wife has been out of work for 3 months so I had to make a hard choice and the G19 won for many reasons which would take another thread to explain, anyways here is the deal. When I shoot the G19 I cover the target with the sights aligned like so (Image stolen from Butch, thank you Butch) I end up with the following (50 rounds 7 yards, triangle taped to the head of a B27 target) Now when my wife and I shoot the G26 we both have to slign the sights like the following to hit what we are aiming at, my guess is I need a shorter rear sight? It has the - on the side of it like my G19 does. Sorry for the bad MS paint job, an artist I am not. I do not think it is our shooting because we both had to make the same adjustments in order to hit point of aim, any suggestions?