Well, so I see pics from guys like 44man and others and hear talk of guys who are shooting beer cans at 100yds or 1" groups, etc. with revolvers. I've never spent much time shooting past 50-70yds. Today I spent some time shooting at 100yds with my SBH BisHunter 45 Colt. 2x Weaver, resting forearms on the bench, no sand bags or any part of the gun on a rest. Loads were my 255gr plinkers over 8.5gr Uniique and my hunting loads with the 355wfn over 21.5 H110. I put these two targets one above the other after shooting at some other stuff to see if could even hit anything at that range. Anyway, bottom target are the 255ers, I was aiming at the top bullseye. Top target is the 355ers, I was aiming at the bullseye...well, as best as I could! With the 2x scope at 100yds it's not much more than a reddish dot, I was surprised I could even see it actually! I'm pleasantly surprised. I'll have to keep working on this. Maybe I can settle down, concentrate and get em all closer together. It was cold, 6 above and breezy. I can't remember if I shot 5 or 6rnd groups here. Anyway, I suspect the gun can do better if I can. I'm gonna have some fun finding out.
Now I can see how guys can shoot cloverleafs at 100yds+. I can't help but wonder what I could do with 4X scope. Whether it would make that much difference or just magnify my shake more. I'll stick with my 2x though. Pretty amazing what a revolver can do if a guy just tries it. Especially with a big fat heavy blunt nose boolit.
Man I love this gun.