Hello, I just purchased my first P3AT yesterday and went out and shot a hundred rounds or so through it and I love the gun, but I did have a question about shooting it. This is my first real encounter with what some would call a "mousegun" and I am not sure yet how to get accurate with this. I had large hands and this gun was a bit rough on them, but I was able to manage the recoil and keep it controlled. No misfires or limp wristing induced mis loads. My main concern is, with such a heavy, long trigger, all my shots are consistently down and to the right. Even when trying to compensate just by aiming up and left, i yield the same result. I know this trigger pull is great for safety and I would really like to keep it that way. I have read some of the posts about modifying it, but I am not really comfortable doing that, nor would I want the trigger to be more easily accidentally pulled. I tried all types of different holding with my hands, moved my trigger finger more into the trigger, and also just using the tip of my finger, and I'm a bit bewildered as to why my hand just consistently pulls that direction. It actually made me feel a bit depressed! If it weren't for doing so well with a Glock 19 at the range, I would have probably just started crying or blame the sights on the gun. So, I know you all are a wealth of information, so I figured I would come here and seek advice. Is this just something that will take practice to get over? Thanks for all your help!