I don't know if this is me or the gun (heard that before have you?). I'm a relatively new shooter and have about 1000 rounds through my G23 now. Did the $.25 trigger job. Replaced standard trigger with smooth trigger because my finger was getting a little sore. As I'm pulling the trigger, I notice the tension gets notably heavier about 1/2 the way through the pull. The break happens about 3/4 the way through the pull. The problem is that when I get halfway on the trigger pull, my sights tend to go low/left as I'm pulling harder. The result, of course, is my shots end up low/left. Is this normal for a Glock trigger? Do I just need to learn better trigger control here, or should I consider the lighter trigger? Everything I read says I need to learn an even pull on the trigger, but I'm having a hard time because the resistance changes.