Do the fixed sighted six-guns usually shoot to point of aim. How much work is it to work up a load that hits point of aim or is it some what of a crap shoot.
I have for a long time thought about getting a Bisley Vaquero in 357 but I need to know that they can be loaded to shoot with the sights. My concern comes from experience gained years ago with several fix sighted handguns that did not shoot to point aim with ammo that I had on hand. A Berretta 92 was one of them and I have steered clear of anything fix sighted that might be used for hunting ever since.
Convince me that I can come up with a hunting load for a Ruger Vaquero that shoots to point of aim and I'll buy one. I am not willing to settle for learning to hold 6 inches low and 10 inches to the right to hit my target. Or is that a given with a fixed sighted revolver?