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i fired my new bersa today and i'm alittle low. i was aimimg at a siloette target at the head and all rounds hit in the neck. how do ya fix this??
 

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Here ya go
 

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Good point Valent...

And that target Ben posted above does help diagnose your trigger problems...
 

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Bersa has combat sights, meaning front sight has to cover point of impact.
Sorry for the noob question, but what are combat sights and how do they differ from standard (?) sights? I find that I tend to always shoot a bit low. I was taught the "lolli-pop" method (what he called it) by my shooter instructor which was to keep the target sitting just on top of the front sight. The firearm I was using then is a Kel Tec PF-9, and now still use it and a P-32 (Thunder 380 coming soon).
 

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mornin bonefamily,

As Valent said, combat sights means that you have to cover your poa, (point of aim) where as the lolli-pop or 6 0'clock method is where you put the poi (impact) right above the front sight, that's what i wanted also so i changed my rear sight.
 

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Mornin' hobbles and thanks for the reply. So it's the rear sight that makes the difference between the two? How do I know which is which, and which style I currently have. Sorry for the noobness.

EDIT - Wait, let me read through some on the links above in the thread... :)
 
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