I don't think I have been limp wristing it, but I will try again and see if I have. I also read the article and realize that my stance and grip are incorrect.It's correctable through proper shooting. Quit limp wristing it, that's what causes that to happen. Find someone that knows how to shoot a 1911 and have them teach you how to hold it.
You might also Google Mossad Ayoob and search through some of his article concerning 1911 ergonomics. He has a few really good ones out there that explain how to hold a 1911 for the best control.
I will try what Matt said and see if that works. If not, I will see about using a gunsmith. Thanks.I had never heard of anyone saying what Matt had so I did a search and he could be right or the original answer I was going to give you could be right "Which was your extractor and or ejector needs to be tuned"
My Colt Combat Commander did the exact same thing and a trip to a good Smith fixed it period .
You can even fix it yourself if it needs adjusting .
Do a web search for "1911 erratic ejection" and it will pull up several articles on it and how to make the adjustment yourself .
I slept through that part.Find any actual Colt 1911 with an external extractor and it will probably be worth 6 figures + .
Kimber is mine, the other was stolen from the web.If that's your PHOTO, it suggests that you're LEFT HANDED. "If" this is true, learn to shoot right handed, or learn to tilt the pistol slightly "clock-wise" to about 1:00. Do not limp wrist.