There are a zillion things that can go wrong. The OP seems to infer that it's a consistent error. Thats actually good news and means he's got a lot of things under his control taken care of. I don't know what kind of front sight he's using but perhaps his barrel isn't registered properly and his bead is off kilter. A smaller bead might bring the shot up too. Worth a try.Asajoe1 said:Is the trigger pull that bad that you are pulling the gun down when you shoot? I know from shooting archery comp. that if you don't follow thru or drop your bow arm you will hit low and left every time!