My update that people are not reading is that Ruger told me the load I was using was fine and not the cause. I have posted the load and you can feel free to read it. Ruger told me that the extractor on this gun is an "external extractor type" and that they have seen more of these same problems. They said "sometimes the ejector is not totally seated in the groove at the factory".
Here is what I found on the board that caught my attention when this first happened. One gentleman said he was hit by pieces of the gun when it blew up.
Thank You for your input.