My guess is that you are pulling your shots very low. Most often consistently hitting the ground in front of the target rather than the target itself. THe slo mo frame is the tattle tell. You drooped your muzzle nearly an inch in anticipation, and recoil owns you. I am suprised the pistol cycles at all. Your grip is too low too. Youre somewhere between where you need to be and a starsky and hutch cup and saucer hold. Your best COA would be to seek some professional instruction and practice the hell out of dry fire. It aint gonna hurt that taurus to be dry fired. I have dry fired mine a million times at least.