Originally Posted by tal3nt
Skittles, not so much. But m&m's on the other hand..
In all seriousness though, it felt like I had to focus more on getting the trigger to break which lead me to have a weaker grip (having a tight grip while trying to break a slightly heavier trigger makes your aim unsteady, therefore heavy trigger = weaker grip so that you can hold the sights steady). It's not really up for debate whether a weak grip causes bttf, although this may NOT be the only cause. One hand shooting causes far more bttf. Just a theory.. I'm aware of the other "issues" like extractor/ejector/ejection port, but I think my theory may at least have some logic to it..
Sounds like some training would help you learn to shoot correctly first so that the placebo effect you're describing wouldn't be posted.
Plus you should learn the difference between grip and a limp wrist which have nothing to do with each other. You can squeeze the gun as hard as you can and still limp wrist.