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Has to be the ammo he said.

He is also the one who shot the screen out of the last chrono with a 380 micro and told me it was bad bullets...

We both know it’s not the bullets. It has to be his grip or movement or he can’t or isn’t using the sights properly.
 

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He shoots fine one handed. Yes he did try to say it was the ammo, as I explained, we proved that wrong. If he wasn’t using the sights properly, he wouldn’t hit anything one handed either. I wonder if he doesn’t have a blind spot or something screwing with him when the gun is toward the center of his body. I had something similar once after a stroke where part of my vision just wasn’t there. It’s funny how your brain compensates for something like that, unless you know something is supposed to be there, you don’t know what you are looking at isn’t right. Mine was sudden and noticeable. If it were gradual over time, a guy might not know he has a problem. We will test the theory more when he is here next time.
 
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