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+ 1 to what the others are saying. As far as round count and a standard of proficiency, I say practice as much as time and finances allow until YOU feel confident in your abilities with wichever gun.

I do think a .22 conversion is one of the best training tools you can have, but it is not all there is. When $ per rnd is important (when isn't it?), concentrate less on how many rnds fired and more on the quality of each shot.

Practice slow, but with perfection of form as your ultimate goal. As with any physical skill speed will come with enough repetition.

Good luck!
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