Got the new SR9c yesterday and couldn't wait to shoot it today. I went out with a "ton" of firepower and a bunch of guns. The first two mags in my SR9c were flawless. I couldn't believe how nice the trigger was and it hits right where you hold. Then it started. Failure to eject after failure to eject. I had about 7 to 8 failures to eject in 150 rounds. It also seemed to only happen with my 10 round mag. (I did have a few with the 17 round mag) I was shooting cheap blazer ammo with aluminum casing. I never had this trouble with my g19. Anyway, I went home and loaded up some Remington UMC and it did it again. 17 round mag was fine, and the 10 round mag had a failure to eject. During these failure to ejects I have to use my pocket knife to get the casing out of the barrel. Does anyone have any ideas? I did not clean the slide and everything of the grease that it seemed to be dipped in. But I don't see how that would affect the ejection of the casing. Is there a "break-in" period? Do I need to call Ruger and send it in? I absolutely love the gun but I can't help but wish I would have purchased the g26. Any help would be greatly appreciated.