Plus one on the Ruger Single Six...especially one of the old three-screw variety. My wife's, bought new in '72, will easily shoot 1-1/2" gps at 25 yds with most any ammunition. It's a keeper tho with some honest and not so honest wear about it. We seldom use the .22 Magnum cylinder and in fact lost it for nearly ten years without knowing it was missing. I've never run across one of those old Rugers that wasn't a good one. The pic below shows a typical five shot group on a piece of 2" masking tape used as an aiming point...shot at twenty five yards from a sitting position. Best Regards, Rod
Our Flag does not fly because the wind blows against it,
It proudly waves because a soldier's dying breath blows upon it.
USAF Forward Air Controller, 5th Spl Forces,
An Loc, lll Corps, RVN, 69-70, Vietnam Vet '69-'73