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 Post subject: Point of impact.
PostPosted: Fri Aug 25, 2017 12:57 pm 
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Hi guys.

Finally got to do some shooting with my Palco Blackwater 1911 r2.
Accuracy seems fine for a bb gun, about 2 inches groups at 10 yards.
My main problem is the gun hits 2 inches low, that I can deal with, but also 2 inches to the left.
Since the sights are non adjustable, I was wondering if there is a trick to fix this?


Thanks.


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 Post subject: Re: Point of impact.
PostPosted: Sat Aug 26, 2017 11:06 am 
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zazu45 wrote:
Hi guys.

Finally got to do some shooting with my Palco Blackwater 1911 r2.
Accuracy seems fine for a bb gun, about 2 inches groups at 10 yards.
My main problem is the gun hits 2 inches low, that I can deal with, but also 2 inches to the left.
Since the sights are non adjustable, I was wondering if there is a trick to fix this?

Thanks.


ZZ45,

Sounds like what I use to do (sometimes still do)...pulling the trigger and throwing off my POI consistently low to the left.

Are you shooting free hand or using some type of solid steady support? Using tabled bean bags or a tripod V for support should allow you to determine if it is the pistols iron sights, or when you break the trigger, are you also pulling off your POI.

I'm not familiar with this pistol. Are the iron sights and unit considered real accurate?

Ted

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