In need of a little expertise... I have been shooting a Sig P365 XL at the range with no problems, for about 600 or so rounds (I am determined to get very familiar with it). Yesterday I had it jam on me for the first time. The bullet came out of the casing, and fired just fine, but the casing did not eject from the gun. (I think there is a name for when that happens?) I had been shooting Remington Range ammo through it, and switched yesterday to trying both Remington and Browning. It was the Browning that jammed. I was a little surprised that this happened, as I have heard such great things about the Sig, but someone suggested that it might have just been the ammo and not the gun since the bullet did eject and since I had been using Remington prior to this with no problems. I was curious to know what those of you who are far more experts than me might think? Is this the fault of the Sig, or the ammo? If it is the ammo, should I avoid Browning (does it have a good/bad reputation)? Also, how can you tell when it is safe to clear a jam on your own by racking it and when you should get expert help? Thanks so much!