Hey guys, I recently got a ruger 10/22 in .22 LR. When i first got the gun it would jam like 20 times out a 100 or maybe even more. I called up ruger, sent it back to them...a month later i had it back. Ejector had been replaced. Now it seems to do fine (1 out of a 100 jam) with remington ammo, but with federal it will jam lets say 11 times out of a hundred and with winchester superx a bit less at 8 out of a 100. The jams tent to be failure to extract after the ammo is fired. Is this normal? Another strange thing is the casings when they come out are burning hot. As in they will leave a burn mark and welt if they land on your hand. How normal is this? This is my first .22 so i'm kinda curious as how they're expected to behave. Thanks in advance!