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Hi mnealtx, I am an expert at pulling shots low at times. I go through a drill at about 30 to 50 feet where I get the sights right on target, fire, hold the trigger back until I am back on target and reset the trigger and fire again. The following shot will come quicker when I do it right and slow when I don't. What dumps them low for me is squeezing the strong hand grip while squeezing the trigger, especially the little finger. This will cause the barrel to drop and sure enough the shot is low. I don't shoot thumb high, it just don't feel right no matter how hard I try. I do agree it is a sturdy hold but just don't feel right for me.
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