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It sounds like you only need something for target practice and as such, you may want to pick up something that has very low ammo costs. Something with .22LR or 9mm. Even a 38 special revolver.

It's more about what you're doing out there than what caliber of round you shoot. As such, keep your costs low but at the same time, get a pistol that is high quality so you're not battling the gun all the time if it malfunctions.

--Wag--
 
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