yes, I will agree that with practice you can shoot just about anything with a good level of competence and after a time become very familiar with just about any platform. however when I am dealing with a new shooter that has very little firearms experience I tend to tell them to go for a firearm that requires as little adjustment as possible so that it is easier for them to got good in the first place, too many obstacles, too early on and they can develope bad habits that are hard to fix.
ignore my complete lack of capitalization. I still have no problem correcting your grammar.
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