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  1. Thanks everyone, I order a few different varieties....basically whatever I was able to find in 50 or 100 round allotments. The CCI Clean I bought is the sub-sonic. I will give it a try and keep an eye out for the high velocity ones to try as well Have a great weekend. UPS tracking has my toy hitting the FFL on monday. George
  2. I looked at the CCI Cleans and they are listed as sub-sonic. Would that be an issue for the SW22?
  3. @10X, thank you. I'm excited to get it. First thing I am going to do is clean and lubricate it. I've read that this is dirty ammo and a good habit would be to clean it after every shooting session. What are your thoughts on Aguila, Federal, Winchester, Remington, or Browning ammo? I run Blazer and Federal through my P320 (9mm, 115gr) all day long without any hiccups. George
  4. Hello Everyone, I finally pulled the trigger and purchased a SW22 Victory. Should be picking it up from my FFL next week. This is my first .22lr and Ive read that .22lr can be finicky but generally the Smith eats most ammo. Any recommendations on which ammo to start with? I realized that there are copper plated round nose options, are those worth a look? I was thinking of starting with some CCI Mini-Mags 40gr, CCI Standard 40gr, and Norma TAC22 40gr. What else should I consider? Thank you, George
  5. So many complication is our wonderful republic! Thank you all, George
  6. Mr. Stu....honestly I wasnt sure. Thats why I asked
  7. There is a S&W SW22 Victory Performance Center on gunbroker.com that is interesting me. It has a red dot already installed, but does include a muzzle break. On a .22lr...no idea why S&W thought a muzzle device is needed..... https://www.gunbroker.com/item/929154085 Would this firearm be NJ legal or would it need compliance work? Thank you, George
  8. Good morning everyone, There seems to be workout routines for everything these days and i was wondering if there are any workouts or exercises I should incorporate into my general routine that will help in the use of firearms? Things to build better grip strength or upper/lower body routines to help stay in the correct formation when shooting? I havent been inside a gym since the lockdowns and will be getting my workout routine back in gear. Looking to see what I should be adding. Thanks, George
  9. Thank you Mr.Stu. That is how I interpreted it as well Now I just have to wait on my permits That said....a suppressor would be a no-no, correct?? Just curious on it. I have no intention of adding one. If it was available with a bull barrel I'd go that route... George
  10. Hi Everyone, From a different post of mine, I have decided to go after a Ruger Mark IV 22/45 Lite. From what I can tell the threaded barrel is the only "bad" item. With that, 1) I am assuming this is a legal firearm to own in NJ and 2) there is no compliance work needed. If I am mistaken on the above, please let me know. I realize I need to go through a FFL and they will keep me straight. But there is a Mark IV option without the threaded barrel that I could chase after as well. I am not interested in using any sort of suppressor device. I just think the Lite looks really cool over the regular Mark IVs Thank you, George
  11. Well....I am hoping to also use this as a gateway to get my wife into handguns. She likes shooting 20g shotguns (clay pigeon), but never took to my SIGP320 in 9mm. LOL....its a gateway gun... But I am looking forward to plinking with it myself. I've shot my buddy's M&P15 rifle in .22LR and that is just a blast to shoot...all day looong! Permit application done online. Now just window shop online and wait George
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