I took the opportunity to head on down to my local firing line tonight. I am still a novice as I have only been at this shooting business for a few weeks now, so I am trying to get all the practice I can. Many of my follow up shots were landing low and just a bit left. I assumed this meant I was anticipating recoil. I tried to focus on recovering my sight picture quickly for the follow ups, and I wasn't firing until I had the target clearly sighted. My trigger finger may have also been a bit too much on the first knuckle, rather than the pad of my finger, but I'm not sure if that would contribute to low shooting. Anyone have tips for shooting low? I did have one failure to fire, but it I don't think it was the G19's fault. It was the last round in the mag, I pulled the trigger and it only clicked. I ejected the round and saw that the primer had been struck, but no bang. I put that round on the top of the next mag and it went bang the second time. I was using 115gr FMJ PRVI Partizan. Anyway, I feel I am getting better each time. Oh, and it's a lot of fun too.