DON'T MOVE THOSE SIGHTS YET. How big of a target are we talking about and what distance? Can you take a picture of one and link it here. That would help. To really analyze someone's shooting you really need to stand and watch them and check their grip, stance, head position and trigger pull but we may be able to get through it here. Usually when someone has a problem with mechanics it will show up in mostly one particular place on the target. Such as a group that drifts to the seven o'clock area usually means you are jerking the trigger and nine o'clock is usually an issue of finger placement on the trigger itself, and eleven o'clock is usually lack of follow through. However, if you are shooting anywhere from 7 to 11 it may be a little tougher to figure out. Of course you could have a couple of problems working together such as jerking the trigger and lack of follow through or it could possibly be that the gun sights are not adjusted properly. If you could post a picture of the target it would probably help a bunch.I have a nice tight pattern vertical
I suspect it is a trigger pull problem also but hard to tell for sure without watching you shoot. Dry firing will help. Make sure you have the finger properly placed on the trigger. You don't want it all the way up to the first joint but you don't want it barely hanging on the edge either. Find a happy middle between the first joint and the end of your finger where you can pull the trigger straight back while maintaining your sight picture and follow through. Try dry firing for a few minutes a day for several days and then go back to the range and give it another try. Let us know the results.Ok after looking at that picture of the target, I think its my trigger pull is the problem. What do I need to do to correct this?