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A few weeks ago I described an aiming problem I was having with my new .38LCR. I had no experience with a DA revolver and was shooting low and to the left. A couple of wise board members suggested I might be snatching the trigger.

I took it out today and pulled the trigger slowly not anticipating the recoil. All is well. All ten shots were in the paper plate at 20' and no bias left or right. I aimed with the center circle on the top of the front sight. I think this is called the 6 o'clock picture. The tendency was to be a little high.

Thanks for the tips.
 

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Good to hear. DA shooting puts more quiver in your hold, and a short sight radius magnifies that even more. When you can shoot well with a short barrel handgun, you've really accomplished something, and DA, you've done even better!
 
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