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Service from Bud's awesome as always. The M-22 is ammo sensitive - a common trait in rimfire semi-autos. Hi velocity rounds with a bullet weight of at least 38 grains (40 grains better) are the way to go. Super velocity rounds that achieve higher speeds with a lighter bullet (i.e. 32 grain hyper-velocity “spit-fire” and similar) did not cycle for me. I reckon a heavier bullet is needed to generate the required blowback. Fits is my Glock holsters and the mag & slide releases, trigger feel, and grip angle are nearly identical to Glock. Great fun for plinking or more time training without the expense of sending pricey center-fire rounds down range.