I noticed that when firing my 760 30-06 offhand that the slide would be about halfway to three-quarters of the way open by the time the recoil was over, resulting in just pumping another half inch or so backwards to eject the shell. I have experience with other 760's and they've all opened a little bit naturally, but just enough that you'd see maybe a third of the empty shell. Seems like mine is opening excessively for some reason. Is it better to actually put reward pressure on the slide so that the action bar lock doesn't drop away so quickly after the hammer drops or what? The gun chambers and locks up perfectly and doesn't jam, it just seems like the slide opens much quicker than it should after firing. Some of the cases were really hot right after the shot, which tells me that it may be premature. When I actually tried to hold the slide shut upon firing, it stayed closed a little better, but that isn't a natural shooting technique. I heard someone say before to actually put some rearward pressure on the slide when shooting to keep the recoil inertia from opening the slide. So please give me some input from any of you 760 fans out there. Like I said, the gun functions great and is clean internally, just seems weird it would do this. Thanks.