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Old February 5, 2013, 02:52 PM   #50
Old Grump
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In my experience while you can certainly learn to be both comfortable and proficient with just about any gun by practicing often enough, it generally takes less time and effort with one that feels good from the start.
If you aren't going to show us any groups why are you commenting but saying nothing. Curious minds what to know if you have a gun and if you do have one do you shoot it?

Why restrict yourself to just one gun if you like lots of them?

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