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Old December 14, 2011, 09:19 PM   #4
Therealkoop
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A .22 would be the best to start, aside from that....

Get whatever fits your hand the best, and look up the rules to whatever competition you want to shoot.


The M&P is not far off from the glock as far as popularity goes. The sig and beretta are both DA/SA which is sub-optimal for competition, but that doesnt mean you cant use it. The sig also has a somewhat high bore-axis for my liking.

Heavier is better for general use. It helps negate recoil like you said, but its bad if you have to carry it a lot, and its bad if it is so heavy that it wont meet the required weight for whatever competition you are shooting.

Your best bet is to handle and preferably shoot a bunch of guns, and simply buy the one that works the best for you.

For example, I like glocks a lot, but I naturally shoot M&P's faster.
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