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Old 01-22-2012, 03:19 PM   #1
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I'm just getting into guns and I don't have many places to shop around and test them. I have big hands and am afraid they will swallow most handguns. I've shot a couple and it never felt right holding them. My question is..... What would be good first gun for me?
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Old 01-22-2012, 03:38 PM   #2
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I'm just getting into guns and I don't have many places to shop around and test them. I have big hands and am afraid they will swallow most handguns. I've shot a couple and it never felt right holding them. My question is..... What would be good first gun for me?
Beretta 92, and variants.
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Beretta 92, and variants.
Yeah, if your hands are so big that your worried this much about it, the 92 might be the way to go.
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Most any full size revolver, add a Hogue grip or the like.

Double stack pistols, Glock 21 comes to mind.

You can also customize the grips on a 1911.
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1911 with Hogue wraparounds
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You need to show the OP your wrap around wood grips!
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Dang I double tapped again
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Kinda dirty- Did some shooting yesterday


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I know I've said it already, but that "shore is purty!"
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It's more of a comfort issue. But I will definitely check into everything. Thank you.
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