Now try the 45acp from an old wheelgun like a Smith M-25 or 1917.
Correct... but, like Tim asked, it is really all dependent on which testical is dominate. Also, once you get off the finger tip pad and in the first joint and beyond it will tend to "push" the shots (actually the pistol) again. :lol:If you put your finger too far into the trigger guard, it tends to "pull" shots to the right.
Dave, am I correct that the Springfield is a 3½" barrel and the Para 14.45 is a 5" inch barrel? If so, it might be (Charlie, Dean, don't hit me on the head again) the 230 grain bullet is exiting the SA's sooner and in less recoil than the Para. You'll see this when you switch between light, fast loads and slow, heavy loads from the same gun. The fast stuff will print lower often. The left/right is easier to fix than elevation without replacing the rear sight for a higher one.Squid said:And I thought I might be doing something to skew the shots from the Springfield...so I concentrated hard and made sure I was using "proper technique", as my former Gunner's Mate Chief taught me. The little gun was low and right. I used the same sight alignment on the Para, and was dead on. Could be it was just bigger (i.e. heavier!) and "made" me a better shot.
:shock:it is really all dependent on which testical is dominate