Ok, I have an Advantage Arms .22lr conversion kit for my g22. I brought it out for the first time this past weekend. I have two mags. At least half of the time when the 9th round chambered and I pulled the trigger the round would not fire. I have years of experience with .22lr and I know that duds do exist....sometimes they are very gun/firing pin specific. So overall I understand that not all 22 ammo will go bang every time. However, this was over and over that the gun would go click, I would drop the mag and there was one round left in the mag. I would rack the slide ejecting the "dud" then insert the last round. It would fire. Then I would load the "dud" and on the second strike it would go off. This happened with both mags. I was using Remington golden....the ammo that A.A. recommends. The gun was cleaned/oiled before shooting. What is weird is it was only the 9th round, and almost every time. I would actually feel better about it if it was not always the 9th round. Anybody heard of this? Any experience? Any easy fixes? I'm not too concerned about it as far as its not my "go to" home defense set up. I mostly bought if for practice on the fundamentals of holster presentation. I only put about 150 rounds through it (pain in the butt to load) so its not fully broken in. Any Ideas? Thank you gentlemen your help is greatly appreciated.