:83: I have had my new USP .45 Tactical to the range twice now. Both times were very frustrating. I am pretty accurate with my Steyr S40. Any shot I take goes within and inch of where I aim it at 15 -20 feet. I was shooting a glock 19 a while ago, and am not quite as accurate, but respectible. I am all over the place with the USP .45 Tactical. If I were consistent, I would think it was the sights, but I can't even seem to find a pattern. I am not blaming the gun, but if anyone has had a similar experience, what did you do to remedy this? Could it be the size difference? It is the first pistol of this size I have shot. I do not think it is the caliber. I shot a Kimber that was a .45 and I did well with it. I just know this is a very accurate pistol, and I do not want to keep embarrasing myself. Could it have something to do with the raised sights?