Frankly, I can't imagine this being a problem worth thinking about.
It has been over fifty years since I have fired rimfires, but in my
teens and twenties, I have shot tons of boxes of 22 rimfires, and
never had a single one that didn't fire.
Either they are making inferior ammo now days, or you have a problem
with your gun.
What's the big deal?
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