I actually sort of allude to that in the trigger pull section, but it isn't well defined. I added a chart and an additonal line or two to clarify. To be clear, I am not just trying to address sight picture. The post is an attempt to list the many things that may contribute to the "shooting low" issues that many newer shooters seem to have. My particular problem was dual (as I think it is with most folks who are new to shooting AND to Sig), I had the wrong sight picture and was yanking down.OP you might also want to include mention that shooters sometimes shoot low and left (RH shooters) when they are anticipating the recoil or flinching. Your post is more about the sight picture, but I think this situation will be relevant to people who open the thread for help.
I don't shoot at golf balls on a string. I do at them on the ground and I can hit them a lot with my 320 compact and 938. Don't do this all the time only when someone leaves them at the range. Boy they can really fly when hit. They will sometimes go over the bunker and into the woods behind it.My friend has a lot of golf balls hanging on string at his range. Combat hold makes hitting a golf ball pretty tough, much like trying to hit the smaller steel discs.
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Logical? No, no good reason.I bought a new p226 nice gun but using the combat sight hold it shoots low i know it might be me but that is the way i shoot I don’t understand why sig quit selling the #9and 10 height sights. Seems like it would be good to be able tune the sights for the way a person shoots.I have seen this complaint in numerous forums about guns shooting low i just don’t understand why they quit selling them. I don’t want to put aftermarket sights on my gun when all i need is a #9 or 10 rear sight. If anyone knows a logical reason why they quit selling these sight please let me know