Hi all. New to RugerTalk, but loving my 10/22 . Have had an issue with it and thought I'd get your input. I bought my 10/22 a few months ago and have only had a few opportunities to try it out, but had an issue with it stovepiping on CCI Mini-Mag 36gr HP's. Like every 10th round. I called Ruger and they said send it in, got an RMA, shipping label, the works. I also brought it to my LGS to have them look at it before losing it in the mails for however many weeks and the guy there had an interesting suggestion. He said to put a little bit of lube on the area around the breech, which though it looks flat he said is the feed ramp, and on the extractor. He put 50 rounds of the same CCI the store had through it...no probs for him. Embarrassing. I read the Ruger 10/22 manual and it is vague about any particular areas that require special lubing or care. Putting lube that close (the feed ramp) to ammo scares me a bit. I usually just leave it basically bone dry after cleaning it out without leaving a bit of lube anywhere in particular. What does everyone think?