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Old February 25th, 2017, 04:34 AM #31
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That would be nice... it's a fun little gun, if they can fix the sites, I will definitely be taking it out more. Am cautiously optimistic.
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Just got it back. 4 weeks to repair, so better than quoted. The put a new barrel on it and sent back targets they shot with both cylinders... around 0.7 inch groups at 12 yards with both the 22 LR and 22 mag chambers. I took it in the back yard and put a quick 24 rounds through it. Everything inside 9 ring at 10 yards, right at point of aim... I think it is fixed!
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Just got it back. 4 weeks to repair, so better than quoted. The put a new barrel on it and sent back targets they shot with both cylinders... around 0.7 inch groups at 12 yards with both the 22 LR and 22 mag chambers. I took it in the back yard and put a quick 24 rounds through it. Everything inside 9 ring at 10 yards, right at point of aim... I think it is fixed!


Excellent news. I noticed on mine that the screws loosen up really easily. I'm going to Loc-tite those puppies.


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Good idea, shooting the screws loose is fairly typical with single action revolvers.
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