I s there any specfic way u need to hold the gun tight for the gun to work effectively!!I have sum jamming issues just got the gun!!plus I have very small hands! thanks connie aka taurus1972
3rd!Sounds like you're in need of some training. Find a good basic NRA handgun course in your area. You won't regret it!
Also your thumbs should be together and pointed forward.Hold it as high up on the grip as you possibly can. There should be no space between your hand and the back part of the grip under the slide.
What works for you in your PT-111 may not be the best for someone else in their PT-111. Most would suggest try different brands and see what works best for you.Ive actually took the advice on the video !my gun has been shooting alot better!!!!what is the best ammo for the millenium pt 111 pro?
I want to weigh in on the "get some professional training" side - it's a lot easier to learn the right way at first than to learn to overcome bad habits.
Congratulations, and I'm sure you are in for some enjoyable times at the range.
Hold it as high up on the grip as you possibly can. There should be no space between your hand and the back part of the grip under the slide.
Also, don't lock your elbows and shoulders. (I've seen many new shooters try to "push" the gun as far out away from them as they can with elbows and shoulders locked up. It looks almost like their holding a dirty diaper or something...) The muscles that move your shoulders and elbows are much stronger than your wrists. So, if you are tensed up in those, your wrists will (try and fail) to absorb most of the recoil energy and will likely result in the gun "flipping" up and "rolling" to the right (if you are right handed), which can contribute to short-cycling.Also your thumbs should be together and pointed forward.
And Welcome from Texas! I had to get a better look at your avatar, Lost Girl is a hell of a lot better than twilight.