Most .22 auto's are picky about the ammo they use. I've found it's dependent on the gun. I have a Beretta NEO that pretty much shoots anything. Other people that have them have to use specfic brands of ammo and can't shoot the lower priced stuff. Go figure.
A .22 wheel gun will shoot anything.
In a wheelie I have a Heritage Roughrider that I use for plinking. It's accurate and reliable. Comes with 2 cylinders .22 and .22 Mag. I can stuff any cheap ammo in this gun and it will go boom.
I clean all my .22's with Hoppes and they keep clean.