The 1300's were called "speed pumps" because when working correctly they will almost eject the spent shell without any input from the shooter. You will have to open it the last bit and then close it of course. When the bolt came out with the barrel it was because you forced the slide open the bolt stayed locked in the chamber and the slide rails released from the bolt. first off if they release from the bolt then there is some tolerance issues in your frame, slide rails or bolt carrier. or you put a LOT of force behind it. you may have damaged any of the above parts in doing this and it should be checked by a gun smith. the last thing you need is the bolt and carrier moving when the slide is locked forward. It still sounds like your initial issue was the fired round siezed in the chamber and would not allow the bolt to unlock and extract it. How did you get the jammed round out of the gun?
use a drill, short cleaning rod and brass 12ga brush and scrub out the chamber with it and some bore cleaner, I bet you get a lot of crud out of it.
BUT STILL HAVE IT LOOKED AT Just to be safe.
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