Most shooters are introduced to shooting on .22 LR pistols for good reason. They have a low recoil and offer an easy initial introduction. But what about a “first gun” for new shooters? There will be plenty of dissension and additions to the list, but here are 7 pistols perfect for any new or experienced shooter.
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It is fun, it is quiet, and this load is also affordable. Accuracy is surprisingly good as well. Check out the details in this post and see how it performed in testing with multiple firearms.
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