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THis is probably due to too much wrist break, in other words you may have too relaxed of grip. If after shooting the muzzle remains pointed down range the brass will be ejected up and to the right.

If your wrist breaks and the muzzle points up (in my experience) the brass comes right back at your face.

So I would suggest take a few rounds and think about holding a extra solid grip. This may effect accuracy but if that fixes the problem then your job will be to find the blance between a firm gripo and relaxed shooting posture.
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