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Old January 31, 2013, 11:34 AM   #12
jag2
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Join Date: June 30, 2009
Location: dallas
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I am guessing you are the young side so keep this in mind, if you enjoy shooting this won't be the only gun you will ever buy so don't over think it. Probably everyone here has at least one .22, revolver or semi-auto. Same can be said for 9s and 45s. Seems like a good start would be a 38/357 revolver simply because the 38 is relatively cheap and thus a good training round and when you want a little more bang just slide in those 357s. Once you have made your caliber decision, check to see if you have any of the large retailers or some gun shows in your area and go handle as many as you can. There are a lot of choices of frame size and grips so pick the one that feels best in your chosen caliber. You'll probably be back here next year asking "what is a good choice for my second gun."
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