Accuracy of Ruger SBH
I am planning on getting a 4.62" Ruger SBH this spring. The plan is to start casting/reloading, and using it for my daily practice.
I'm hoping to be able to get my costs low, but have a little more fun than the .22 can offer.
I know that I could reload for my semi's, but my range is out in the woods, and I don't want to dig through the leaves/mud for shells.
Anyway, recently I was reading some old threads that seemed to be implying that the accuracy of Ruger single actions was not very good out of the box. I hadn't heard that before, but - if true - this wouldn't be the first time I missed something.
I'm not looking for perfection, but I'd like to know that my gun was capable of <2" groups at 25yds so that I can get useful feedback from my groups.
I can put some money into gunsmithing if I need to, but I'm not looking for a big project.
As always, thanks in advance.
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