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Old January 23, 2013, 10:03 AM   #11
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A double-action .22LR revolver (as opposed to SAO, like the Ruger Single Six) makes perfect sense for practice if you are committed to a revolver for carry. I would not be committed to a short barrel in the .22, however; you are going to use the .22 to practice basic shooting technique and manual of arms, and the length of the barrel won't matter that much.

As one who has had experiences similar to AK103K, I would urge your to review his post before making a final decision.
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