The ejected rounds have the telltale sign of the flattened side. I did notice that the flattened side appears on the right side of the round as fired just below were the extractor grabs it. I originally thought this was caused by the ejector but the flat area's location in relation to the extractor marks makes it appear that it strikes the lower edge of the ejection port during ejection. It looks like it starts out moving to the right like my other pistols but then deflects back and over my head. There are brass marks on the lower edge of the ejection port where the case strikes. This phenomenon occurs more readily when I use rounds with stiffer brass.Anybody familiar enough with the P3AT ejector and extractor to understand why it ejects up and back, instead of up and to the right? Any idea if the ejector could be modified to change the angle of ejection?