I sent my .45 back to Haskell because I was getting FTF's. Typical... or should I say sometimes reported... nosing-up of round or failure to eject. The tech on the phone spoke of "limp wristing" being a cause of FTFs. I understand the operation of the slide on a blowback gun and the need to resist the recoil. I'm a big guy at 6'-2'-300+lbs and I think I can handle the recoil without a death grip. I'm wondering if there is a special grip technique for such a heavy gun. I tried cupping the bottom of the mag with my weak hand and I'm thinking that lead to some of the jams. BTW... big props to Haskell for literally rebuilding my gun with a new barrel, firing pin and other parts. Tossed-in a free mag too. That's service!