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    Did you tell them that it looks like it still shoots a little low and to the left? 😀
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    Just got back from the range.
    Feed/Function/Extraction remains 100%.
    Heavy-Long trigger remains unchanged.
    Initial firing resulted in exact same low-left pattern I've always had.
    But after changing grip, trying different finger placement, and making sure I had a VERY FIRM/Tight Grip, it started grouping better.
    Looks like the sight-hold, trigger finger placement was NOT a major cause.
    I'm guessing a high velocity round in a short gun recoils with more force than I was used to, and it helped to "death grip" the shorty thru the firing cycle....especially important with a heavy/long DA.

    My 9mm Shield 2.0/Apex seems to handle recoil better, along with the Hogue Rubber grip sleeve I have on it.

    More range time is obviously needed and I have some 115 grn Blazer Brass 9mm inbound, which is what HK used for the test firing.
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    ^^ The heavy-long trigger is not an issue. It is by design.
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    [QUOTE=drshame;3425870]But after....trying different finger placement, and making sure I had a VERY FIRM/Tight Grip, it started grouping better...trigger finger placement was NOT a major cause. …[QUOTE]

    Assuming you are a right-handed shooter, the tip of your trigger finger might be pressing the lower left edge of the trigger just prior to trigger break. You might not be aware of it. Dry-fire your gun slowly, and see if this is happening.
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    More range time is key.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boredmuse View Post
    More range time is key.
    More important is accepting the fact that its you and not the gun.

    I think people new to HKs spend way too much time trying to figure out what's wrong with their gun when in reality they should be figuring out what's wrong with their technique or skills.
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    Do yourself a favor. If you keep that trigger system or if you decide to go to LEM 4.1 (I recommend) send it to Bill Springfield. It will probably cost you $100+- including shipping and a turn around of 5-14 days it will change your life. Google his name plus trigger, send him an email and ship the lower with a check or USPMO. I know his name is not sexy and his service is sub $100, but he does great quick work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TooSixy View Post
    ^^ The heavy-long trigger is not an issue. It is by design.
    Wanna try my VP70z?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beavizard View Post
    Wanna try my VP70z?
    No thanks. I already have an Arrow staple gun...

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    Quote Originally Posted by azimuth View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Beavizard View Post
    Wanna try my VP70z?
    No thanks. I already have an Arrow staple gun...<img src="https://www.hkpro.com/forum/smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Biggrin" class="inlineimg" />
    Nice! I enjoy that reference!

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