Originally Posted by Don
Forehead brass is typically a too strong spring or limp wristing or too light loads. These things can all interact and simulate the others, but isolate one item and you will be closer to the reason.
This is really good to know. Time to start experimenting...gonna need a DGR....
I am having this problem, too, more with the 9mm than the .45.
I know for a fact that I limp-wrist, especially as the round count goes higher. I blame this on the fact that .44 magnum is my favorite caliber and have over the years developed a "roll with it" technique. I only say this so you won't confuse limp-wrist with any masculine deficiencies on my part
. This is one thing I really like about the XD - you can limp-wrist the heck out of it and it keeps functioning. Can't say that about my 1911.
For my daughter it's even worse. Since she shoots right handed and left eye dominant most of the brass that would fly by my right ear hits her in the head!