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Old December 14, 2012, 03:55 AM   #43
uradaisyifudo
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I agree that beginning shooters are better off starting with smaller calibers in full size, even metal guns so they don't develop bad habits in response to recoil. BUT, once someone learns how to grip a gun to control recoil and get back on target, I think the difference between a 9, 40 or 45 is negligible. Granted hotter loads make a difference as do the guns, a full size metal 9 is much more managable than a pocket poly gun. I do not buy into the 40 is hard to shoot hooya, but I do see value in capacity and carryability...JMO-
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