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Old January 20, 2018, 08:29 PM   #4
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A good revolver is my pick too. Easy to care for, simple to use, and they're not as expensive as you might expect. Check out the sticky on buying a used revolver. Or get a knowledgeable friend to look over some possibilities.

I like S&W's first and foremost, but Ruger makes a good SD, CC or range revolver as well. A .357 or .38 Special would serve your needs, (you can use light recoiling .38's for range fun and reserve the heavier +p .38's or .357's for defensive purposes.

HTH's Rod
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