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What’s the Best Handgun for Beginners?

What is the best handgun for beginners? In reality, there is no shortcut to finding the right firearm for you especially if you are a newbie in the world of gun ownership. While there are so many firearms you can choose from, choosing the perfect handgun all depends on a number of factors. Now, if you are ready to bear all the responsibilities of being a gun owner, let’s get started with finding the best handgun for you!

Handgun for Beginners | Choosing What’s Best For You

 

Your Experience with Guns

All of us have our own individual experiences with handling a gun, and the type of weapon you’ll buy is largely dependent on your specialty. If you are new in the biz and you want to explore on a firearm, don’t be afraid to pick a nice and comfy .22 caliber.

Although this may not be the top pick of experts in the field, it’s actually a recommended buy for those wanting to get the feel of handling a firearm. Aside from being cheap, it is fun and easy to use and is a great handgun for beginners.

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Likewise, it’s best for new gun owners to begin with smaller calibers before moving on to larger ones. If you have used a .22 caliber before and you think you’ve already gained enough experience from it, you might want to look into the best 9mm handguns for beginners.

This caliber is most popular amongst concealed carry permit holders. There are so many options to choose from like Glock 19 handgun, Smith & Wesson M&Pc, Springfield XD Sub-Compact 9mm, and Taurus PT111G. If these names don’t ring a bell, it’s best that you review their individual features first because they are not alike in so many ways.

What is the Handgun for?

Without neglecting the first pointer, you need to ask yourself why you are buying a handgun in the first place. If you need a range gun, then go on and buy whatever suits you the most. Nonetheless, if you are looking for a concealed carry, you also need to take the overall appearance into account.

Can it be easily hidden under your clothes? Does the handgun fall under the top concealed carry buys? What is the feedback from other gun owners? Reflect on all of these pointers and you would be on your way to finding that perfect gun. Think about all of these factors when trying to find the best handgun for beginners like yourself.

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The Budget

Your budget plays an important role in identifying the most suitable handgun for you. In case you’re not aware, maintaining a gun can be very expensive. The ammunition and the cleaning supplies can definitely burn a hole in your pocket especially if you always practice—and yes, you should never ditch practicing because not having the skills to pull that trigger beats the purpose of you owning a gun.

While it is important for you to buy the handgun that best fits your budget, please do not neglect the importance of buying a quality gun. Otherwise, you might only be placing yourself in grave danger. Before buying a gun, always inspect its overall condition and the way it feels on your hands. Even if it’s cheap if it doesn’t feel right for you, walk away because there are so many guns out there that you can choose from.

All in all, the handgun you’d buy would depend on you and the other factors that affect gun ownership. Never rely on other people’s experiences because, at the end of the day, it’s you who’s going to pull that trigger, not me… not them… not anybody else!

 

Watch this video by NSSF about the basic of gun handling:

You should take into consideration to first own a gun you can practice with. A .22 caliber handgun is a great way to start as you practice and familiarize yourself with the basics. Certain things like gun recoil and the difficulties of big caliber guns might surprise you while still in your learning period. Start with a low caliber handgun, master the basics of shooting and safety, then decide which powerful handgun is best for you.

Do you consider yourself a beginner in handguns? Tell us your experience with firearms. Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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Editor’s Note – This post was originally published in January 2018 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.