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Old 02-20-2013, 2:46 PM
Quicksilver8907 Quicksilver8907 is offline
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Default Help me Guys M&P22 vs Sig with 22 Conversion

So I am having a tough time deciding what to get. I want something that I can take to the range and practice cheaply, but I also want something that can be used for home defense. I fired a bunch of guns at the range, I personally liked the Glock 17 the best, but my wife had lots of FTF when she used the 9mm and above guns. I think it was due mainly to her "rifle" stance, which can definitely be trained out of. She really wants to get a 22, so I debating between getting the S&W M&P 22, or getting a Sig with a 22 conversion kit on it. This will be my first ever gun purchase, so I want to make a good choice. I also don't want to spend a ton of money. I was hoping to stay around the $500 mark, but I am open to ideas. Thanks guys and sorry for asking so many questions.
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