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Old September 11, 2012, 06:41 PM   #15
jmr40
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Choosing a gun because it feels good in your hand is like choosing a car by sitting in the seats of every car on the lot without ever driving one. I sorta feel that is a very over rated way to choose a gun or car. The human hand is very adaptable and within reason will conform to whatever shape you put in it.

I've owned or shot most of the major handguns and like everyone else have my preferences, but given a few rounds to get familiar with any of them, I can quickly shoot any of them pretty well.
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