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Well, everywhere I've seen a box of 50 10mm is somewhere in the neighborhood of $30. I'll stick to .45 in the range of $15-$20. :P

Yeah; it is a bit more expensive but my practice ammo is $22/box of 50 (I buy online).

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Yeah; it is a bit more expensive but my practice ammo is $22/box of 50 (I buy online).

Maybe I just don't want to be a man. :leaving:

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But, Europeans are pansies, and very easy to kill :lol:

I didn't say it was a good arguement. :P

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Which is why REAL men carry 10MM in an auto pistol/44 MAG in a revolver, right? :)

Did I lose my man card for having the 44 in an automatic?

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Did I lose my man card for having the 44 in an automatic?

Not at all...it's just that I have an S&W 29 8 3/8th and when I think 44 Magnum, I tend to think "Dirty Harry" and revolver. :)

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If you don't reload you can always get the 10mm glock and convert it to .40 for around $120. I am a recent convert from .45 to 10mm. I can tell you there is no comparison. I have shot deer with both. With .45+p you get to track for 15 minutes and still find it wheezing. With the 10mm you see it flop once and die. That's just my experience with a few deer though. Of course my 30-06 does better. :)

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A long long time ago, before we were dating, I overheard

my Fiancé stating "Never will I hold a gun", implying that the guns themselves are evil.

Just the other day, she told her mother "I somewhat enjoy shooting". Things change;)

She fired one of our friend's Beretta .25's. She liked it because it was small and didn't cause discomfort. I have talked her into getting her CPL, and she wants one of those small guns.

I am between a rock and a hard place trying to become comfortable to the idea of such a small caliber. I would love to get her a revolver, .38. However, I would rather her get something she loved and would enjoy practicing with vs something she wouldn't. Should I go for one of those small Beretta's in .25 or .32? Or should I attempt to sway her a bit further into a higher caliber?

This thread is getting pretty far off track from the OP. Lets try to get back on track and stick to CZ9MM's original question. Thanks.

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Maybe I'm wrong but I think the OPs question was answer satisfactorily a long time ago...the rest of us were just talking. :)

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You're right. The question has been answered. And btw, we have a chat room now......you might like to check it out.

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