Originally Posted By StealthyBlagga:
Nope, a bent firing pin would not do this on any semi-auto because the tip is guided by the firing pin hole in the slide.
Its more likely that the gun is trying to fire with the slide SLIGHTLY out of battery; the breech end of the barrel tips up into the slide as the gun locks up (cycle it by hand to see what I mean), so if slightly out of battery, the firing pin will not align fully with the primer.
My first guess would be oversize ammo - are you running reloads or factory? Could also just need a good clean, or something might be defective (e.g. weak recoil spring). I suggest you give it a good clean, including around the barrel hood and locking lugs, get some new factory ammo, and see if the problem works itself out.
Probably need a stronger recoil spring. But dirt or other debris, or weak ammo, might slow feeding enough to cause this. It is potentially a dangerous situation. Identify and correct the problem before continuing to shoot the gun.They probably fire on the second strike as the first hammer fall drove the slide into battery.