No it does not eject the case and also tries to load the last round which creates the jam. It is very consistent with this problem so I usually keep 15 rounds in the clips for home defense, however at the range I like to shoot in groups of five so I can analyze my shooting this where I run into this ejecting/jamming problem.
Odd that its only doing it on one certain round???
that has really got me stumped.
and to each his/her own but you mention home defense?
theres no way that I am carrying or relying on any weapon as defense if it doe not always run at 120% , especially on consistent basis.
hope you get It figured out maybe someone will have an idea.