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Old 11-17-2010, 04:28 PM   #11
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For the people out there that know. Whats the going price difference between .40 and .45 (for good ammo and HP's) Cuz, I would like a cal. that I can practice with but not break the bank!!! And, I know alot of people say get a little .22 and practice, but how does that get me better at shooting my carry gun and becoming a good shot with it!!!
I carry a gun because a cop will never be there, when I need them!!!

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Old 11-17-2010, 04:46 PM   #12
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This may vary depending on where you live...

.22 is the cheapest ammo. If you're already good with what you have, anything you'll learn from practicing with it is marginal.

.40 is expensive, .45 is slightly more expensive. Since it's new-found popularity, .380 is expensive.

9mm is still relatively cheap, and an acceptable primary or BUG caliber.
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