When you hand cycle brass does the extractor still control pulling the round out and ejects normally? Or has any brass stuck itself and the bolt pulls free leaving the brass behind in the chamber? I just want to make sure your extractor is pulling the brass out properly like it's supposed to do. I forgot to ask earlier. I think you seemed to say it cycles properly just that it hangs up in the chamber.
If the extractor works, some CA barrels had excess chrome in some of their chambers, and some had excess chrome in the bore as well. You'll have to find out if yours does or doesn't.
First use a chamber brush and cleaner to make sure there isn't any foreign gunk in there. I had a chamber on a brand new bolt gun clogged with a little bit of some hard black tar looking stuff. It wouldn't let ammo seat completely and the bolt wouldn't close. I finally noticed traces of the stuff on my brass and cleaned the chamber. Zero problems after that.
If you still feel resistance, you may want to get with Paulosantos about borrowing his pin gauges to make sure your bore doesn't have excess chrome in it, and most importantly find out what you need to do to have your chamber reamed out with his SPC II chamber reamer to move any excess chrome out of there. These won't cost you much and you'll find out where you stand.
This is a process of elimination so these steps would be my next place to go. There's other guys here that will help out also. Tim_W and Paulosantos are go to guys for trouble shooting.
When did you get your barrel?