Topic: Does it make more sense for your 2nd gun and so on to remain the same caliber for simplicity?
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Stick with the plentiful and cheap 9mm or is it better to switch to .40 for variety?


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How many rounds do you plan to shoot a month?


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. said: How many rounds do you plan to shoot a month?

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I've only been to the range once for the private lesson with a lady friend and tomorrow is the CCW class. I'd probably make a point of going monthly.


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Learn to shoot first.


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Get a .22 which is a lot cheaper to shoot.


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. said: Learn to shoot first.


Yeah, I did that first.


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. said: Get a .22 which is a lot cheaper to shoot.

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That's interesting, so I plan to eventually get a 1911 style and in that case I would get 2 of the same model but use the .22 the most for practice?


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You took one class.

I know it now!
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I'm just asking for some advice before I go in for the big CCW class and all the salesmen there.


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. said: That's interesting, so I plan to eventually get a 1911 style and in that case I would get 2 of the same model but use the .22 the most for practice?

­That's probably not a bad idea but.... You're thinking of concealed carrying a 1911?


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. said: I'm just asking for some advice before I go in for the big CCW class and all the salesmen there.

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Fuck this stupid troll.


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­That's probably not a bad idea but.... You're thinking of concealed carrying a 1911?

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No, I am happy with the S&W M&P Shield I got. It seems to be all I need for that but i'm interested in others for sport and hobby. I went by the big outdoor range the other day. It's not as impressive as I'd hoped but it's another option beside the indoor place.


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. said: I'm just asking for some advice before I go in for the big CCW class and all the salesmen there.

­it's easier to CC a compact pistol.  Go down in caliber the smaller the physical size of the gun. There isn't anything wrong with a .380.


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­it's easier to CC a compact pistol.  Go down in caliber the smaller the physical size of the gun. There isn't anything wrong with a .380.

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The shield fits easily in the front pocket of the pants I wear the most but I haven't got any holsters yet. I'm going to let the sales tards/experts help with that tomorrow.


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That's interesting, so I plan to eventually get a 1911 style and in that case I would get 2 of the same model but use the .22 the most for practice?

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RIA makes awesome pieces in rimfire, check em out.


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And ever since I got my S&W M&P Shield I've met THE cutest guys. Turns out carrying one of the world's gayest guns has its unexpected benefits.


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I have a Ruger LCP which is .380. I carry it most of the time because it is well concealed in my pocket, I’ve even carried it through a pat down into a sketchy club.

Then I have a full frame double stack 9mm. I love shooting it but I can really only wear it in the winter because I need a heavy flannel or jacket to begin to conceal it. And it surely won’t get past a metal detector or pat down.



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