I know there were many, many posts on this issue. Even the Hickock video showed a couple of fails on his PF9 eval. I don't care if there is a certain way to stand or hold your hand/fingers - if you are in a situation that you need to shoot you grab the grip and pull the trigger. You are not stopping to think "Well, my left foot is here so my right foot needs to be there and turn 47 1/2 degrees to the right. My thumb should be pull back slightly and above this point on the grip......." That is nonsense unless you are doing pure target practice for accuracy. Keltec does recognize the poor design but states that they no intention of fixing it. Does anyone have a fix? I have one but I would need to alter and damage the grip. Since the grip is not replaceable, my idea doesn't sound like a good one. I have not seen a slip on friction band that would work but if there is one out there I would like to try it.