i'm low!!!

Discussion in 'General Bersa Discussion' started by sillyslik40, Jan 11, 2013.

  1. sillyslik40

    sillyslik40 New Member

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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??
     
  2. GoodOyster

    GoodOyster Well-Known Member

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  3. bhale187

    bhale187 Well-Known Member Supporter

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  4. Valent

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    Bersa has combat sights, meaning front sight has to cover point of impact.
     
  5. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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    Good point Valent...

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

    bonefamily Active Member

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    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).
     
  7. hobbles

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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.
     
    Last edited: Jan 18, 2013
  8. bonefamily

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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... :)
     
    Last edited: Jan 18, 2013