Possibly some sort of debris in the bore of the ejector rod.
I wonder what would happen if you pushed back in with your thumb or finger? Maybe it would free up the ejector or will not go back in at all?? I know you have to have the tools to properly remove the ejector. If it's under warranty, I would send it back to Colt.The ejector rod will not return to its starting position after being pushed, I’ve already used gun oil. If anyone can give me any information on this it’d be much appreciated, thanks View attachment 847060 View attachment 847060