Introduction-Rachel

Welcome! Like others said, definitely make your own choice. Rent a few different ones, try out different ones, different grips, different calibers. Just make sure you’ll be comfortable with the one you decide on. I absolutely wouldn’t let anyone pick out a gun for me without me getting first hand experience with the gun or at least seeing how the grip feels.

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Welcome to FULL30 and forum, glad to have you find us.

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Welcome @Rachel

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Hi Rachel, welcome and enjoy…have a lot of welcoming knowledgeable people here to answer your questions!!

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Welcome from Ky

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Welcome to Full30 forum @Rachel Good to have you here. We will be happy to help you on your journey of getting comfortable with your new handgun.

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Nice to have at Full 30.

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Welcome Rachel and congratulations on your upcoming graduation!

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Welcome! Lots of good advice here already, I
Believe some ranges that also have training classes will let you shoot multiple calibers and types of guns as a conclusion to the class. It’s in thier best interest as well because if you enjoy shooting you will spend more time at thier range and buy other cool stuff there.

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Welcome, Rachel!

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WELCOME!

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