My previous .22 pistol was a Walther P22QD. It sucked big time. Took 1,000 rounds and swapping out the stock barrel for the 5" one for it to be broken in enough to be usable. Every single mag of 10 rounds had at least one stovepipe or mis-feed. It got better at about 500 rounds and was more or less Ok after that first thousand. So my new Ruger 22/45 Lite is giving me at least one mis-feed every mag and one stove pipe every two or three mags. Only about 150 rounds on it so far. I decided to do several things: 1. Wait until I have at least 600 or so rounds through it before forming any kind of view. 2. I ordered the Acurizer kit from Volquartzen. Has anyone else here fitted it and what were the results you got? Did this need a break-in period too? 3. I also ordered a new trigger from TandemKross (TK) and sorry about the spellings there. I like the look of it with it being more or less straight and cut out in the center too. The actual installation of everything looks easy enough. More money than sense? This has blown my entire shooting budget for the fall... Going to be running down my ammo reserve for a few months to pay for all this! So TK also have a mag tuning video with a namesake of mine (Brian). My LGS gunsmith agrees with it about gently filing away some of the straight corners and smoothing off rough edges on magazines when you get mis-feeds/stovepipes. Lots of warnings about not overdoing it - and my local gunsmith will do it for both my factory mags for only $120. Hmmm.