So I think I may have figured out part my poor accuracy equation! Last night I watched a video by a former navy seal explaining the difference between look through the sights and focusing on the sights. He claimed that if your aim had a lot of wobble , you were looking through your sights. But if you focus on the sights (mainly the front sight ) , everything else but what is Whittington your point of aim will basically disappear. Don't know this to be true , but I might be going to the range this week to figure it out. The other parts are muzzle rise and eyesight.