I remember that post. If you're familiar to the point that you don't have to think about the action, any action can be used.Scibaer said:i have been running rounds thru my nm vaquero almost every other weekend all spring and summer..
i used it to defend my family and home a few weeks back..
other than that, nothing of note to report
Yep, It's lots of fun using a six-gun for offhand long range shooting. Haven't tried it with my single actions, but could bust clay pigeons set at the 100 yd berm pretty regularly with my S&W Model 19 W/ 6" barrel, target trigger and hammer. (Shooting it single action style, of course.) Sweet!BruceP said:I haven't had much time to get to the range but the last two trips I've been shooting the bisley single six at both the 100 and 200 yard steel plates with the iron sights and with enough hits to make it interesting.
Agreed, nice group of Bisleys. I currently have a couple "old" model Vaqueros and a New Model birdshead. All stainless, all chambered in .45 Colt, all used with black powder loads.Bigeasy said:hpdrifter - Nice collection of Bisley's. I have just one Bisley, a .44 mag super, and I like that grip when shooting the heavy stuff.