Offhand - that's the best I was able to do. With a 1911 I shoot better. This was only at 15 yards. I want to be able to do it at 25, which I'm beginning to think is not possible, at least for me. The on-rest grouping, both from the Springfield technicians and from me, was closer, theirs at 10 yards, and mine at 15. The "expert" at Brownings at my range shot it about like I did, perhaps a little better, but he only shot a few rounds (off-hand). It was certainly a tighter group than I got.
I just wanted to verify if they (finally) fixed the gun.
It took me almost a year, but eventually they found someone to fix it who knew how. I told the phone support people I wanted the gun fixed, or replaced, or a refund. Eventually they will find a proper technician to correct it - or replace it, which they did once at my insistence. It has a lifetime warranty - don't give up. Eventually they are capable of making it as good as the guns reviewed by the various magazines.
Next time you call, ask for a supervisor. Some tech support people are more effective than others, and tell the gun is going to keep going back to them, at their expense, until they get it right.