1. Disassemble the pistol and clean off all traces of factory-applied preservative. If you can easily remove the firing pin (I am not familiar with your gun), do so and carefully examine its channel and its spring for dirt, grease, or other obstructions. (If you can't, squirt in copious quantities of spray-on degreaser-cleaner.) Make sure that the firing pin safety works freely and correctly, and spray it clean too. Clean the extractor, so that it grips cases uniformly and well.
2. If all that doesn't fix the problem, something is seriously wrong. Contact the factory's customer service people, and be prepared to return the gun to them.
Any gun should fire every appropriate cartridge fed into it, without fail. Otherwise, it's a useless lump.