The extractor (side claw) pulls the brass from the receiver. The ejector (fixed) is what determines the angle of ejection. With a controlled-round-feed bolt action, the speed in which you move the bolt to the rear determines the speed and distance the brass is ejected. This is different from a push-feed action, where the ejection is directly related to the spring tension of the plunger ejector (located on the bolt face). I don’t think you should be concerned as long as the spent brass clears the receiver consistently, but test the rifle by varying your speed of bolt throw. There is a possibility that your ejector has a problem, but this isn’t likely the case.