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Old September 16, 2007, 11:11 PM   #10
Sigma 40 Blaster
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My way of looking at it is that you are shooting your Beretta with lower priced ammo, that equals more practice time on trigger technique with this gun if you get a conversion kit. The downside to that is that when you take the conversion kit off your recoil is going to change. Technically you're not supposed to worry about recoil until you're getting back on target so I say get it and work on your trigger skills.

I have a Ruger Mark III, I love it, it helped me with aiming and trigger pull a lot. The Browning Buckmarks are nice too if you don't mind the extra expense. The Beretta Neos has been getting some good reviews and good feel but I've never shot one.

Either way you'll improve your shooting technique, one will help you be a better all around shooter and the the other will help you become more familiar with your gun...
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