I have a Beretta DT-11 trigger issue. Careful....it may be me, the trigger, what I have done to the gun, or what I use in the gun for loads. The problem results when I shoot doubles on skeet pairs. (12 gauge) Upon having a successful first pull, my second trigger pull is dead, no movement. Here are the conditions. I was not having a reset problem in the beginning. I recently put a Gracoil recoil reducer on. The problem is systematic and consistent. I have ruled out operator error in that I have no problems with the second pull resets when using my Kolar. The problem only arrises on the DT-11. (Keep in mind the Kolar is not an inertial trigger.) I am using 1oz. loads 1290 fps. Ammo does not seem to matter. I have been vigilant in keeping the DT-11 pressed firmly into my shoulder during rounds, trying to rule out "insufficient recoil inertia" as being the problem. I also tightened up the Gracoil spring to stiffen the entire recoil of the gun. The only thing I have yet to do is have someone else try to duplicate the problem, thereby ruling out my trigger finger, and shoulder as being the culprit. Any opinions or explanations? Please.... no "THEN STICK WITH YOUR KOLAR" or "BERETTA FOREIGN MADE" comments. They are both really great guns. Different but great.