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If I understand your post correctly, the hammer is following the slide after firing and chambering a fresh round. I'm not very familiar with the GM 380 but it sounds like a weak sear spring or more likely a worn or over-filed sear and hammer.
The spring should be an easy fix if you're comfortable disassembling the gun. A new sear and hammer is a little more complicated to get to function safely and correctly.
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