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Old April 3, 2013, 12:04 AM   #6
dakota.potts
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Why not a .357 revolver that accepts .38 rounds? You can load it up with the lower power rounds for practice and build up to the heavier ones. This would help you make sure you're not developing a flinch which will affect your accuracy. The .22 is a great idea but considering how cheap they are, if it's in your budget and you want it a .357 revolver might not be a bad idea either.
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