In the process of handling my new Ruger SR1911 Commander, I've noticed the magazines aren't the easiest to put in. These are the factory metal Ruger mags, so I doubt they're of poor quality. When I go to put them in, they meet resistance with just around 2 inches of the mag sticking out. When I push it goes in a bit more, then there's maybe a 1/4" gap. If I push up on it good, then it clicks and goes in. So is this normal for a new gun with new mags, or does it sound like something may be out of adjustment? My only concern is that I might pop a mag in thinking it's ready to go and it's in that final state with the 1/4" gap. If I push slightly on the mag release when putting it in, it doesn't hit that first resistance point as well. Just a little unsure if this is a break-in issue or an actual one. I remember the 1/4" gap problem on an ATI 1911 that I shot as well. I've tried this with loaded and unloaded magazines and there's no difference in behavior, other than the weight of the loaded magazine makes it a tad harder to push at that 1/4" gap.