Re: What is the best handgun for beginner?
Keep at least one of those shotguns for your house.
It's all about personal preference...that's what it comes down to. It's going to have to feel comfortable in your hand...your hand...no one else's
I would go to a range that had pistols you can use. Choose a variety of calibers and grab one of the associates to help you out.
Then I'd start haunting the gun shops...I found the established local guys are an encyclopedia that will be more than happy to help you...don't be surprised though if it comes to seeing something in that case that you just have to have.
Take your time, don't rush...
I have a 4 in barrel .45
Luck to you and let us know.
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