What position is the slide in? Locked back or flush against the chamber? Also, remove the mag, lock the slide back and with something thin feel how hard it is to push the spent case out of the chamber or did it eject the case when you locked it back?When I say they don't eject, I mean they are still seated in the barrel.
Got it. It's not your ejector. Your extractor pulls the unfired cases out. The ejector is just the non moving part the case runs into on it's way back that flips it out the ejection port. Not your extractors because the extractor doesn't pull out fired rounds in a "blow back" weapon, only unfired rounds. Tilt barrel guns like the small Beretta's don't even have an extractor. The fired case simply blows back into the ejector.Ok. It was another person that was using it when the issue was noticed. I have cleaned it very well. The issue is the ejector. It is not pulling the shells out of barrel. When I manually eject the shells, they eject fine. When I detonate the shells, they do not eject. This is a brand new firearm. Why should I have to do all this work? Not making me a real fan of Bersa.