That's gonna vary somewhat depending upon your ammo selection. Rule of thumb, most pistols are point of aim/point of impact (dead on) to 2 inches or so high at about 25 yards. At closer ranges, the bullet tends to strike below the point of aim.
Most gungihts are going to be under 12 feet, POI/POA is irrelevant in a dynamically evolving situation. Say 2 inches high at 25 yrds, that would extrapolate to 1/4" or less at typical distances encountered on the streets.
Irrelevant to most if they have to use their weapon in a SD situation
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