Nice looking rifle and not bad shooting. I bought some 50 yd targets at Midway USA and they are lots of fun since you can vary your number of shots per target. I started off with 3 per target and a buddy at the range I go to shoots 5. With 29 targets per sheet, there is enough there for one day's practice. My first round was with a 17 HMR but I'm going out with the 22 LR tomorrow. As far as ammo is concerned, what you have is good for practice but if you plan to compete or want to finalize some grouping, it is best to go with match ammo. It costs more, but is worth it. Just remember, as the mound of brass you are standing on increases, so does your accuracy.