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Hello!

I would appreciate hearing from those experienced who can advise me on whether or not it's a good idea to stay with the same caliber when purchasing a second handgun. My primary/current handgun is a Baretta Storm Px4 .40 cal.

Thank You in advance for your advice.

- John
 

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Makes it simpler buying ammo, but if that particular ammo is out of stock, it can be a problem.

But I have handguns in 5 different calibers, and that’s down one from my previous max. I’m also considering adding another caliber. Variety is the spice of life.
 

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I appreciate your thoughts, I was leaning in that same direction! I'd rather pay extra special close attention to what caliber clip I'm grabbing to take with me out to the field than to have no clip at all to take out to the field. Thanks!
 

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The story of how shotgun ammo was developed is rich and varied, much like so many stories in firearms history. From the first time black powder was ignited to propel a projectile out of a tube, ideas have evolved for improving the reliability and effectiveness of the process. It all started more than a hundred years ago, when shooters discovered that shot pellets were most effective for hunting birds and small, fast-moving game. Military shooters found applications for shot pellets as well. However, shotguns did not change much until there were some significant advancements in technology, powder and shotgun firearm design.
Shotgunsclub is the best place where you can buy shotguns ammo and accesories of all kind easily, safely, and fastly. They have a wide variety of shot guns ammo categories such as 20 gauge , 12 gauge , 16 gauge , 410 gauge , 28 gauge , 10 gauge
They have the best ammo quality, and good customer services for all your worries or if you need help for anything, brows throughout our website at shotgunsclub and enjoy our efficiency and accuracy
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