I'm assuming that was you in the vid? Nice gun and I didn't see any malfunction during the vid clip.
Can I give you a suggestion for the FTEs?
You're tea cupping the gun with that grip. Move your weak side hand up one finger notch. Keep the weak side hand in front of the strong side and not under it! With this change also transfer your grip "squeeze pressure" over to the weak side hand (about 60% of the holding pressure).
Place your weak side thumb over your strong side thumb and capture it during shooting.
Now here's the secret, your first area of concentration is the front sight (of course) but also pay some attention to the asymmetrical application of pressure by allowing your strong side hand to relax. (When your trigger finger hand is tense, it screws up the entire hand geometry of the trigger pull. It usually causes the hand to follow the finger and pull the muzzle down and to the weak side. Do you typically shoot low left?)
You won't believe how much more relaxed your whole shooting stance will be and this one small change will will improve your 10 ring count!