Hope this post is in the proper place, just joined this forum. So I went to the range today to put some more rounds through my new Springfield XDE 9mm. This gun now has 262 rounds through it. #138-262 were put through it today and are shown in the pictures. Decided to bring my Canik TP9 with me as well since it is also chambered in 9mm. This gun maybe had 20 rounds through it prior to the 75 I put through it today, so these are both pretty new guns, not even broken in yet. My issue is the fact that today I was consistently shooting the XDE up and to the left (2 weeks ago when I shot it for the first and only other time I was shooting it down and left) and I shot the TP9 down and to the left. I was shooting them back-to-back alternating between them and putting 16 rounds at a time trough them. They were both shot single action, not rapidly, taking as much time between shots needed to feel accurate. I shot from 7 and 10 yards. The outer ring diameter on the targets is 5 3/4 inches. Looking for what would cause these discrepancies so I know what to work on. Besides the fact that I suck I want to know what you guys think. Thanks.
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