+100 on starting with a .22lr. The ammo is dirt cheap and that should keep you shooting.
-> The more you shoot, the better you'll get and being a good shot means more than caliber size, always.
--> The more you shoot the more exposure you're likely to get. Rent guns at the range and find whats comfortable for you. Being comfortable with a firearm is by far the biggest factor that determines whether you will keep shooting it.
---> When you get it narrowed down, keep ammo prices in mind for the caliber you're considering
because you'll want to keep shooting as much as possible. Size matters, experience matters more. Yes, ...just like that
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