Welcome to the forum. Perhaps you can visit the introduction section and introduce yourself.
If you are new to shooting, may I suggest a basic firearms class by a professional firearms instructor? A great way to avoid starting off with bad habits.
I'm not familiar with that specific firearm, but can tell you that many .22's are very particular regarding ammo. Perhaps try a different brand. Many .22's also tend to run poorly when dirty, so a through cleaning may be necessary. Another thing to try is more lubrication.
Not to be snobby, but a bullet is the part that comes out the front of the barrel. The bullet and brass before being fired is a cartridge. Another minor issue on nomenclature, is the use of the term "clip." Very few firearms use clips. I think you are referring to magazines, which hold several cartridges to feed into the action.
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