Have a question for the firearms experts here. I purchased my elderly mother (~70) a pistol because I wanted to make sure she could protect herself and my invalid father, in the event of break-in. Yesterday I took her to the range to teach her the basics of handling/loading/unloading and firing the gun. During this time, she was getting pelted continuously by the brass, one even managed to singe her near her eyelid (flew up and over the eye protect). When I fire the same gun, the brass flies to the right as one would expect. I tried swapping to a different pistol and got similar results. What should I be looking for? Weak wrists? Poor grip? Poor trigger pull? Weapon I bought for her was an FNH-FNP-9. The other pistol we tried was a Glock 34. The only pistol she can fire without being pelted by brass was my Browning Buckmark 22, but I don't consider that a valid HD weapon.