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Old December 27, 2012, 08:33 AM   #13
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+1 for the Ruger suggestions. There isn't anything pretty about them but they are durable, reliable, accurate and inexpensive. I can buy a new one at my local GS for $349. Used ones in the same shop are priced at $299.

I'd also look for an older Taurus, Ruger or S&W DA revolver just to show the differences and teach some revolver handling basics.
To a much greater extent than most mechanical devices, firearms are terribly unforgiving of any overconfidence, complacency or negligence.
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