This spring I purchased a used S&W M&P bodyguard 380 with an internal laser sight. I wanted something lightweight and concealable for summer carry. Using a laser bore sight, I adjusted the bodyguard’s internal laser sight to match to bore sight. Shooting at a distance of 15 feet using the iron sights, it consistently shot 10 inches low. Using the laser sight it consistently shot 6 inches low. At a distance of 25 feet using the laser sight, it consistently shot 10 inches low. I have readjusted the laser sight to 15 feet. The iron sights only have a windage adjustment which is right on. Having never owned or shot a .380 before (I have always carried revolvers) my question is, is this normal for a .380 semi-automatic or is this (as I suspect) just a peculiarity of this particular pistol.