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My suggestion is for the .22lr. Wether it be an auto or wheel gun. The learning curve is so much cheaper. I started with ruger markIII 22/45.I'am now looking at 1911 models, the ones I can convert to .22,the springfield's look like the best choice. I'm not sure how it would be starting out with a 1911 conversion gun. When I bought mine I didn't even know there was sucha thing. I think now it woulda been cheaper to by a .45 convert it and learn then swap back and forth as the mood struck.I'm pretty new to pistols, and still am not sure how much is involved with changing over from .45 to .22. The other site says it fairly easy, but takes a break in period. Anyhow thats another consideration for you to look at.
Tim
 
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