That's to bad.. fixed one problem and created another. I'd love for Ruger to machine the slide and make it work as it should.I had exactly the same problem with a Springfield XDs .45 acp. The ejection port was exactly the same dimension at the cartridge OAL, 230 grain FMJ hardball. The live round would get stuck in the port even when retracting the slide with full force. I felt that this was unsafe and contacted Springfield, sent it in for repair. They opened up the ejection port and modified the extractor, i believe it was shortened, they also buggered up the breach face. Since I was now getting extracted hot cases right back into my face. Sent it back a second time and I was told that I was limp wristing the gun and it was my fault. At that point I was pissed as I’ve been shooting semi autos for almost 50 years and never had that problem. I sold the gun to a friend of a friend full disclosure for a ridiculous low price, plus I also had 5 magazines and a holster. Ruger isn’t the only company that has gone south with quality control, although their customer service has been good with me.