So, went to the range yesterday with my mom. There's a separate thread for that. Just wanted some help. My reloads (9mm) gave some problems. I'm using about 3.8 grains of Bullseye, with a 125 grain lead round nose bullet. I had a number of failure to ejects out of my S&W M&P9. No other problems, only failure to ejects. When it happened, the slide basically locked to the front, and I would have to grip and pull it pretty hard to be able to knock the case out of the bbl. The bullet would shoot, but then the problem happened. I had to put a rod in the bbl and knock it out with a hammer. This happened several times. My thoughts on this matter: 1) I'm leaning towards it being an issue with my reloads. 2) Maybe the extractor on the gun is actually starting to have issues? 3) Could it possibly be a magazine issue? I have no idea. I almost never buy factory rounds for 9mm. There's no point (except for defensive rounds) when I can just reload. Anyone have any thoughts?